Ripples, winner of the 2004 Compasso d’Oro, is made of a laminated composite of five different solid woods. Slide your hand along the surface to enjoy the seamless transitions between walnut, mahogany, cherry, oak, and ash. This enveloping seat, carved with mastery, is hand-finished to produce an elegant polychromatic effect arising from the ductility of the wood. A true icon of international design, Ripples is a bench suitable for home users, commercial environments, and public spaces.
Elfo is a versatile ottoman supporting the yearning for rest of its host, becoming a chair when placed in an upright position, a chaise longue when placed in diagonal position, or a comfortable mat
Simplicity is one of Tribeca's strengths. The comfortable sitting is composed of high-quality finely worked solid wood sides connected with cantilever beam on the lower side.
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.
Polka Dots blends the minimalist graphics and formal rigour evoked in the Za-Koenji theatre in Tokyo.
The Anish cabinet collection features doors where the handle, formed by subtraction, functionally lightens the frontal appearance while declaring the compartments’ composition.
A table of simple and elegant design, also suited for cramped environments, where it can be extended at will in a few seconds using the 80 cm supplied extension.
Tide Comò reflects the style of its designer, Karim Rashid, who worked with various movements and dynamics in this project.
Tout Le Jour Lounge
Tout le Jour, designed by Marc Thorpe, stands out for its elegant and minimal connotations, embellished by a careful and refined choice of materials.
Coffee tables made with technical materials, unvarnished hard metal and ceramic for a post-industrial look.
Leon Decor is a glossy or matt lacquered sideboard whose doors are decorated with inserts of canaletto walnut or natural oak.
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
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