It almost feels like a ritual. Sitting down, with soft light, and pressing play on your smartphone. Then letting vibrations do their thing.
Caruso invites you to sit down, take a break, and find again the magic to hear and see an object that plays good music. It stands on the edge of irony, a little futuristic, a little nostalgic, managing to combine hi-tech to the living for a multi-sensory décor.
Drawing inspiration from the seventies, Briscola is a noble revisitation of the bistro tables where card games were played.
Coque has a taste for dynamic, rich contrasts. The mirror is protected by a ceramic shell, which embraces two opposing finishes: glossy and matt.
Milonga is a bookcase with long legs, set with a delicate cadence between spaces.
Padded with four different types of foam, Botera’s design focuses on comfort.
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.
Soda was born upside-down, with a puff of air. It weighs 20 kilos, and it is blown, drawn out and shaped by three master glassmakers.
Parisian in character and drawing its inspiration from the traditional bistro chair, Claretta appears as a slender, impeccably groomed seat.
Iola shows off design with an international approach, focusing on the ergonomics of the form, ensuring a careful look, one with character.
Barry is a distinctly graphic table sporting intriguing volumes, a mixture of solidity and lightness.
Ozz is made of light and stone. It shifts from shy domesticity to become central to the home, proving itself a key figure, with its large, look-at-me arc.
The enveloping structure and the lightness of Viennese straw characterize this comfortable armchair, a creative portrait of modern design.
Pelleossa is a slender, eclectic chair that expresses its character through detail. It is inspired by the Italian chairs of pre-industrial times, sporting the attitude of conceptual art.