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.
Sienna is an enveloping and comfortable armchair. The wooden support reminds one of the Swedish style of the seventies.
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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.
Ripples, winner of the 2004 Compasso d’Oro, is made of a laminated composite of five different solid woods.
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.
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.
Ellington is one of the five families of the sectional sofa collection designed by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba.
The legs of Autoreggente, apparently slender, lean and fit with each other.
Tout Le Jour Chair
Tout le Jour, designed by Marc Thorpe, stands out for its elegant and minimal connotations, embellished by a careful and refined choice of materials.
Charleston is part of the complements designed by Roberto Palomba and Ludovica Serafini to accompany the Horm modular sofa collection they designed. Chromed metal frame.
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.
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
In the Japanese culture, the ki represents the energy found in every element. It is the inspiration for the challenging formal research that Mario Bellini solved with refined and modern taste.
A comfortable and enveloping furnishing which sets the style for the interiors.