Medea Original chair
The historic Medea Original chair is made of curved plywood with a mahogany slab. The original workmanship creates an enveloping seat with an iconic line. It is completed by matt black painted iron legs with rubber end caps.
The simplicity of the shapes is enhanced by the attention to detail that infuses charm and elegance to the furnishings of the living area or embellish an entrance.
The characterizing element of the Lily armchair is the tailored manufacture of the external backrest. A soft curl embellishes and finishes this seat that combines ergonomics with elegance.
The Ivy armchair with its classic and timeless design, has a shell with enveloping shapes with padded seat for optimal comfort. Solid wood base with glossy lacquered finish.
Dahlia armchair, which apparently has plain and rigorous lines, discovers a sartorial finish on its inner part: a fine pleating that embellishes the backrest.
The sideboard has two central doors and the top, which is veneered, can also be chosen in marble or bronzed mirror to create an elegant contrast.
Holly side table: propped up by three spheres in lacquered wood with a glossy gold finish, it is composed by a cylinder structure with clean lines, proposed in a particular shaded lacquering.
Low and compact coffee table, constitutes the center of the series of three tables.
Consolle with clean and light lines, the top is proposed in bronzed mirror or marble, finished with a metal band in copper color.
The characterizing element of the armchair Lily is the tailoring manufacture of the external back. A soft pleating embellishes this seat which combines ergonomics with elegance.
The contemporary and enveloping shape of the Tulip bed, characterized by the capitonné quilting, creates a strong visual impact and a pleasant contrast with the plain bed frame.
Coffee table with a clean cylindric line, upholstery in nabuck embellished with a metal insert in the new copper finish. The top is proposed in black lacquered glass.
A sideboard of great character, which re-proposes the cabinetmaking tradition of Medea.