Charlotte is a lamp collection designed by Tomas Dalla Torre in the floor, table and single suspension lamp versions or in a six-arm chandelier. Charlotte is characterized by great versatility. Inspired by the Bauhaus current, it proposes geometries simplified to the maximum, almost abstract, easily legible with respect to space.
The steel diffusers have the shape of semi-spherical caps, adjustable according to individual needs or preferences, to have direct or indirect light.
Designed by F+B design studio, the Suspense collection includes hanging, floor, and table lamps.
Plissé is the new creation by designer Paola Navone: a fixed table with a unique design. Its round top, customizable with different finishes, is matched with a the pleated base.
P47 is inspired by the multidimensionality of the universe and by what we do not yet know, which the designer Franco Poli has tried to investigate through an ambitious project.
Clessidra table, with its elegant and original design, it is a fixed round table with solid, two-colored or wooden metal base, while the top can be either crystalceramic or wood. It also received a
Blade, an extendable table with a linear design and at the same time very versatile.
Guapa is a line of refined chairs thanks to their design and production methods, suitable for decorating waiting rooms, restaurants, and chill-out areas in hotels and resorts that are particularly
Fixed table, aesthetically elegant and pure. Its simple structure makes it suitable for various environments.
Comfortable and essential, the Hoodi coffee table adds a touch of personality, becoming the main focus in a room.
Supported by the conical feet that maintain the line of the collection, the Lea sideboard is characterized by the extreme lightness of the shapes and the soft design.
The Suite collection, previewed at the Salone del Mobile 2017, includes an armchair, lounge chair, bookshelf, a coffee table and table characterized by a wooden frame and a glass top.
The Calla collection is designed by architect Fabrizio Batoni, who interpreted the needs of contemporary living through a versatile furnishing element, ideal for public and private spaces.
Designed by Roberto Paoli, the new Pippi collection includes chairs, armchairs, and lounge chairs with armrests and two stools available in different heights.
The Japan collection is the result of the collaboration between Davide Bozzini, of the Opaca Lab studio, and Nicola Tonin, of the Tosca Design studio.
Toy stool wins over with its fresh and playful design. Rigorous lines outline the cushion shapes, that make the seat soft and comfortable.