The linearity of the Gill mirror is provided by its minimal frame and convenient aluminium shelves that make the collection suitable for every room of the house. The multiple collection sizes allow, with the introduction of additional elements, entire mirror walls to be created with continued shelve stretches.
Tide Buffet reflects the style of its designer, Karim Rashid, who worked with various movements and dynamics in this project.
Bifronte Side Table
A shelf made of five different solid woods (walnut, mahogany, cherry, oak, and ash) is framed in a structure of extra clear glass, creating a trompe l’oeil effect of mid-air suspension.
Bolero is characterized by dimensional versatility combined with experimentation of innovative materials such as Fenix. Its main characteristic is the aesthetic and structural lightness.
Tango is an elegant and versatile table available in 9 sizes in the extendable version and in 16 sizes in the fixed version. Two extensions are hidden in a box under table top.
Ragtime is part of the accessories designed by Roberto Palomba and Ludovica Serafini to accompany their collection of Horm modular sofas. Structure in bronze painted metal.
Long appreciated for its ever-current hallmark, the Cherish chair can be easily installed in any environment, both public and domestic.
In the Japanese culture, the ki represents the energy found in every element. It is the inspiration for the challenging formal research that Mario Bellini solved with refined and modern taste.
Barbara is a table with an oval or round top in emperador or marquinia marble and a central concrete base.
A true work of art, it consists of an aluminium frame and five stora units made of origami-folded 2-mm wooden sheets thanks to a complex and patented technological process.
J-Table features a leg playing with asymmetric orthogonal lines that can be used as a bookcase.
QuaDror Sculpture is a piece of art born from the creativity of Dror Benshetrit representing with its geometrical forms the fil rouge of the collection QuaDror.
The hallmark of Mario Botta’s architecture, characterized by purely geometric and cleverly interconnected volumes, is clearly visible in the Charlotte chair.