Hexagon Legno is a modular system composed of two irregular hexagons supporting each other, which allows for the creation of endless compositions for every need. It can be used as coffee table, side table or stool, both indoor and outdoor. It is made of okoumè wood which is also known as Gaboon, and it is native of tropical West Africa, hence it withstands humidity and light rain. Hexagon is also available in Lecce stone, a limestone typical of the Southern region Puglia, superbly suited to withstand severe weather conditions.
Billie is one of the five families of the sectional sofa collection designed by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba.
The Anish cabinet collection features doors where the handle, formed by subtraction, functionally lightens the frontal appearance while declaring the compartments’ composition.
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.
The name refers to Franco Albini and to his TN6 Cicognino, produced back in 1952.
Sinapsi is a modular shelf inspired by the electrical impulses of brain cells.
The hallmark of Mario Botta’s architecture, characterized by purely geometric and cleverly interconnected volumes, is clearly visible in the Charlotte chair.
The Ripples bench by Toyo Ito, winner of the 2004 Golden Compass, has blossomed into a collection of different furniture complements.
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 originality and workmanship of its legs are the outstanding features of the Riddled table, which incorporates the notion of porosity found in multiple architecture works by Steven Holl.
Coffee tables made with technical materials, unvarnished hard metal and ceramic for a post-industrial look.
Pablita is a minimal and unexpected combination of wood, carbon fibre, leather and steel used with the utmost simplicity and structural expression.
When design becomes a work of art. This bookcase with an intense and unique form embodies all the distinctive elements of the Quadror collection of tables and side tables.
One might say that Horm dances the twist rhythm with the Burtscher & Bertolini hanger. Indeed, the eight beech slats in its structure bend and twist as if they were dancing.