Suiseki is a collection of padded seats inspired – as its name suggests – by the Japanese art of arranging naturally occurring stones.
Phar Lap is the lounge chair designed to bring comfort and protection to collective spaces, thanks to a slender structure inspired by the design of the seventies.
As its name suggests, this delicate, colourful collection of poufs was inspired by windmills.
Bernard is a complete and versatile collection, suitable in both residential and contract.
The inspiration for Ala’s design came from the stands for old plates on display in a decorative arts museum.
Thanks to an abundant and generous structure, the Swale armchair evokes relaxed conversation scenarios for residential and contract environments
One of the challenges of design is to take something that already exists in lots of different forms and reshape it into a unique, personal item.
Both the name and the shape of this soft, smart seat evoke the idea of restfulness.
Node+ is an ambitious system that is designed to cater to people’s needs and adapt to suit the countless activities that they carry out every day.
U is a collection of tables of various heights and sizes that can be used individually or as part of a set.
In 1967, the French designer Pierre Paulin challenged the rationalism that was predominant at the time by envisaging a range of seats with naturally winding lines
The distinguishing feature of this collection of armchairs and sofas is the use of an elliptic shape in a number of ways.