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 attentive to style and innovation.
Leather, as a natural element, allows to combine comfort and strength, creating a play of light and shadows able to extend its appeal to the surrounding environment.
Apelle is a collection characterized by soft and enveloping shapes that enrich the spaces of contract and home projects satisfying both classic and modern aesthetics.
The Bloom coffee table was born from the creativity of Studio Pastina that transforms a classic piece of furniture into an element rich in color and design.
Comfortable and essential, the Hoodi coffee table adds a touch of personality, becoming the main focus in a room.
The Ghost collection created by F+B design for Midj expresses the great value of Italian craftsmanship. The collection includes three versions: the floor, table, and hanging lamp.
Contemporaneity, versatility and construction quality are the keywords that define Paw, the stackable coffee table designed by Studio Pastina.
Gran Sasso is the new Midj table, designed for those looking for a unique and customizable object. With its sinuous and original shape, its main feature is the base.
Designed by F+B design studio, the Suspense collection includes hanging, floor, and table lamps.
Balutto Associati signs the design of the Siena bookcase. With its sculpted silhouette and intellectual charm, Siena is a modular and flexible solution.
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.
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.
Lea takes with her the unmistakable signature of Paolo Vernier, designer and President of Midj.
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.
Joe is a young chair reminiscent of the 70s, reinterpreted in a modern key. The warmth of wood and fabric clashes with the cold steel and leather, creating infinite combinations of style.
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.