Airstrike Bar Stool
The soft, eye-catching lines are welcoming and comfortable with an incredibly cosy yet creative look. The grandeur of the padding is a perfect match for the lightness of the metal base that embellishes the entire project.
Designed by Giuseppe Viganò
This comfy, characterful sofa is designed for indoors and outdoors. A curved metal frame envelops the magnificent diamond-shaped seating and also forms the backrest.
Hugging padded armchair, chrome-metal parts. Covered with fabrics or leather from our collection.
Flag is a modular system for furnishing different spaces in the home with a precise, geometric design that can stretch across an entire wall.
A lightweight, elegant collection. Easy to move and stack, these comfy, simple elements triumph individually yet can be used to create unique compositions.
The Giorgio sideboard is a complementary companion for the table. An understated sideboard with clean lines that gradually reveals itself when explored.
The sinuously shaped metal structure is dressed in a leather cover.
This chair exudes grand formal elegance. The metal base seamlessly joins the padded part, lending a sturdy, compact look to the entire chair.
Super Roy Sagomato Sofa
Steel frames padded with resilient polyurethane foam. Overlapping curved backs which provide two different seating depths for better comfort.
A refined chair with a distinctively lightweight frame crafted from steel rods with rounded shapes.
Quentin is designed freestyle. Super-taut lines, curves and cuts control irrepressible fluid forms, alternating opposing introflexed areas with other rotundly expanding spaces.
Cubi Low Tables
Vertical over horizontal and horizontal over vertical. Geometric lines evolve through space, creating different colour combinations.
John Low Table
The Table top is shaped and the edge has many layers; the foot is in chrome-plated metal.
The Giorgio collection continues with a chair that echoes all the key features of the Giorgio armchair.
Antelope Angolare Sofa
The idea for the Antelope sofa was inspired by Antelope Canyon, which was formed by the wind and rain eroding the sandstone thousands of years ago.