Floyd-Hi 2 System
The Floyd-Hi 2 family becomes modular: fluid and reassuring shapes that develop in the space to create the desired composition, for solutions with great sobriety and gentle seats.
The concept of the Sailor bookcase is now enriched, giving the opportunity to accommodate, between the airy pace of the vertical posts, in contrast with the tighter rhythm of the slender shelves, t
Frog: minimalist and lightweight for a summer look. For those who want a warmer setting, Frog is available in the padded version.
Modular sofa with a casual aspect and a soft, more yielding and malleable comfort.
Wooden modules available in 2 heights and 3 dimensions that follow the modularity, modify the rhythm and multiply the functionality of the Extrasoft sofa, preserving its unique character.
Extra Wall astonishes for the many combination and covering possibilities, that make it hugely adaptable and versatile, able to show its endless faces with elegance and refinement.
Moon Coffee Table
Launched as a bedside table in 2014, Moon by Mist-o is resumed and expanded in three new variants.
Total black or in the new eye-catching colors, this armchair combines a structure in carbon fibre with polyester interweave.
The Aero family, designed by the Swiss studio Shibuleru, expands with Aero D, the new desk perfect for the home office.
A design which rejects straight angles, replacing them with a free and sensual curving, inspired by nature.
Proportion, harmony and comfort for different possibility of seating combinations.
Islands Low Table
With top available black lacquered, in marble or veneered in wood and a perimeter of pirouetting slats, which turn them into practical containers, Islands Low Table decorate both residential and co
Born as an evolution of the homonymous family, Era Scrittoio is a desk with graphic lines and sophisticated materic and chromatic combinations.
The Sumo bench features loose cushions of different sizes that are combined with the wood top to which elegant and functional colored containers can be paired.
The Sumo family is completed by the armchair, a totem on stage where weights are carefully balanced for a more classic and rigorous idea of comfort.