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 suited to withstand humidity or light rain. A recognised icon, its craftsmanship transmits the ever-delicate poetry of Toyo Ito.
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.
The hallmark of Mario Botta’s architecture, characterized by purely geometric and cleverly interconnected volumes, is clearly visible in the Charlotte chair.
Mirror design evolves and integrates with new features. A fixed and safe mirror hides a metal storage container that slides left or right to reveal its contents.
Riddled front is the result of an advanced technological process, patented by Horm.
Ellington is one of the five families of the sectional sofa collection designed by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba.
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.
The ‘93-’08 bookcase features a solid wood structure that never breaks the MDF shelves flow nor resorts to backs. The result is a composition of great visual lightness and excellent stability.
Sienna is an enveloping and comfortable armchair. The wooden support reminds one of the Swedish style of the seventies.
Ripples, winner of the 2004 Compasso d’Oro, is made of a laminated composite of five different solid woods.
Tide Comò reflects the style of its designer, Karim Rashid, who worked with various movements and dynamics in this project.
Leon Decor is a glossy or matt lacquered sideboard whose doors are decorated with inserts of canaletto walnut or natural oak.
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
Yume mirrors can be hung horizontally, vertically, or, in larger sizes, placed on the floor.
The name refers to Franco Albini and to his TN6 Cicognino, produced back in 1952.