The Mass Pressure armchair (design by Dror) is the result of compression as a means of transforming a cubic meter of foam rubber into a functional object. A tubular metal frame provides a desirable sitting position, where the foam is attached providing the chair with an innovative and captivating expression.
Made with three layers compressed within a painted metal structure, the armchair will be available in a single version as a real work of art dedicated to galleries and museums. The project is the result of a complex, totally manual surface treatment to make the foam paintable with oxidized copper and/or concrete effect: a result with a remarkable visual impact that preserves its softness. In this way, each armchair is completely different from the others.
Sin features a simple and timeless design due to its lightweight and family character, which makes it suitable for any domestic or public environment.
While he was working on the construction of a frame composed of two intersecting surfaces, Dror stumbles into a fascinating discovery: the material, skilfully cut and combined together generates a
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
Creativity and innovation come together in a luminous sculpture constructed with a 2-mm wooden material, laser etched, and folded in an origami-like fashion, thanks to a complex technological proce
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
Conceived by Orlandini Design in homage to Charles and Ray Eames, Ray chair has come of age as Ray Poltroncina (armchair). The arms in the original design have been enlarged to become armrests.
Blend wardrobe features doors with evenly-spaced, thin sheets of MDF, that create a dynamic effect.
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.
A comfortable and enveloping furnishing which sets the style for the interiors.
Not Riddled features a set of diamond-shaped doors that can be operated without hinges.
J-Table features a leg playing with asymmetric orthogonal lines that can be used as a bookcase.
Riddled front is the result of an advanced technological process, patented by Horm.
The legs of Autoreggente, apparently slender, lean and fit with each other.
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.