Io & Te
The bedside table is the most personal piece of furniture, because it is a private place that conceals and protects our secrets and our precious delights. But it is also the only supplement which often decorates our houses jointly with a partner. For this reason, Esa Vesmanen has dubbed his creation IO E TE (YOU AND I), because the tables, like two lovers, also share a life in the private space of the bedroom.
Not Riddled features a set of diamond-shaped doors that can be operated without hinges.
The Ripples bench by Toyo Ito, winner of the 2004 Compasso d’Oro, has blossomed into a collection of different furniture types.
The legs of Autoreggente, apparently slender, lean and fit with each other.
Ergonomic armchair for relaxation and waiting areas. Convenient, comfortable and innovative in its timelessness.
A comfortable and enveloping furnishing which sets the style for the interiors.
The Anish cabinet collection features doors where the handle, formed by subtraction, functionally lightens the frontal appearance while declaring the compartments’ composition.
Movement and flexibility summarize the emotional power of Toyo Ito, who in this sculpture-bookcase captures the design essence of Sendai’s media centre (Japan), which he designed and used as inspir
Barbara is a table with an oval or round top in emperador or marquinia marble and a central concrete base.
The feature that sets Singles apart from other bookcases is its ability to stand in unusual spaces, such as room corners and, despite its visual lightness, to rest on a highly stable structure.
Billie is one of the five families of the sectional sofa collection designed by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba.
Pablita is a minimal and unexpected combination of wood, carbon fibre, leather and steel used with the utmost simplicity and structural expression.
The Ripples bench, winner of the Golden Compass in 2004, changes its attire to become an outdoor bench by using okoume wood, also known as Gaboon, native of tropical West Africa and hence perfectly
Tide Buffet reflects the style of its designer, Karim Rashid, who worked with various movements and dynamics in this project.
J-Table features a leg playing with asymmetric orthogonal lines that can be used as a bookcase.