Barry is a distinctly graphic table sporting intriguing volumes, a mixture of solidity and lightness. The legs form a prominent feature and curl distinctly around themselves, revealing the table’s dynamic personality. Barry provides reassurance in the home or office.
Bice is a slim and sometimes unusual chair. Its essential design is juxtaposed by its flap-ears backrest, which balances and characterises its structure.
Furoshiki is an interplay of patterns and colours. The fabric upholstery covers the padded seat with precise geometries and an unequivocally oriental delicacy.
Coque has a taste for dynamic, rich contrasts. The mirror is protected by a ceramic shell, which embraces two opposing finishes: glossy and matt.
Its defining aesthetic is given by the juxtaposition of curves and straight lines, creating a strong sense of identity and minimalist spirit, inspired by 20th-century Austrian chairs.
Juice is a monumental table with a meditative air. Its essence lies in the base, where the long wooden legs attach to a ring, encircling it.
Mariolina came from an exploration into the world of polypropylene and its new developments, combining it with a delicate, honest aesthetic.
Ozz got shy, didn‘t she? Here it is in a small desk version, with an adjustable lampshade to be flexible even taking up minimum space. Even more enjoyable in its compactness.
Milonga is a bookcase with long legs, set with a delicate cadence between spaces.
Iola shows off design with an international approach, focusing on the ergonomics of the form, ensuring a careful look, one with character.
Jumbo is a solid looking writing desk designed to meet the challenges of the home office or limited space of bedrooms. A band of metal embraces the top, embellishing its volume.
Marino is a system of modular benches with which to freely arrange your space.
Its name clearly points to its purpose: the Container sideboard springs from industrial inspiration, an origin that is accentuated by its lacquered colours, yet mellowed in its wood fìnish.
It almost feels like a ritual. Sitting down, with soft light, and pressing play on your smartphone. Then letting vibrations do their thing.
Concentric centres ripple out from a minimalist design, playing with the transparencies of cast glass.