The Ripples bench by Toyo Ito, winner of the 2004 Golden Compass, has blossomed into a collection of different furniture complements. Amongst them, we may highlight the Ripples stool, fabricated with a laminated composite of five different solid woods. The seat shape, carved with industrial technology yet entirely hand-finished, feels soft and rich due to both the ductility of wood and Horm’s passion for craftsmanship. Slide your hand along the surface to feel the seamless transition between walnut, mahogany, cherry, oak and ash.
Autoreggente Coffee Table
Gio Ponti inspired coffee table characterised by the interlocking of legs which guarantees a balance of forces capable of acquiring three-dimensional shape without the use of screws or glue.
Flower is the output of an exciting collaboration with two Masters of world design, born out of a challenge: to create an extendable round table that was beautiful both closed and open.
Ripples, winner of the 2004 Compasso d’Oro, is made of a laminated composite of five different solid woods.
Sin features a simple and timeless design due to its lightweight and family character, which makes it suitable for any domestic or public environment.
Riddled front is the result of an advanced technological process, patented by Horm.
Leon Full Color
Leon Full Color is the monochrome lacquered variant of Leon Wood. Leon plays with an awe-provoking optical effect that underlies its salient feature, that is, a standpoint-dependent visualization.
Anish Chest of Drawers
The Anish collection of dressers and chest of drawers is characterized by drawers where the handle, formed by subtraction, functionally lightens the frontal appearance while declaring the compartme
Yume mirrors can be hung horizontally, vertically, or, in larger sizes, placed on the floor.
Bolero is characterized by dimensional versatility combined with experimentation of innovative materials such as Fenix. Its main characteristic is the aesthetic and structural lightness.
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.
Leon plays with an awe-provoking optical effect that underlies its salient feature, that is, a standpoint-dependent visualization.
A solid ash armchair obtained through three-dimensional woodworking, using complex technologies and experience of high level cabinet making.
The name and the X that distinguish the front of this chair are a clear reference to Charles and Ray Eames.