Iola shows off design with an international approach, focusing on the ergonomics of the form, ensuring a careful look, one with character. We have given the body the shape of a shell, producing it in expanded polyurethane. Then, on the advice of the hardest to please, we pulled the wings and then the two large arms came out. Iola hints at fashion but comes across as a modern classic.
Legs are made in iron rebar with lacquered finish in anthracite, black, white, copper or matt rose gold.
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.
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.
Like the Roman playwright after which it is named, Plauto scans the past seeking ideas for the future.
Superpop likes to turn plastic into art using a combination of recycling and colour.
A dense, enveloping design, lightened by sleek lines that reach for the sky: the two teardrop arms are a key feature of the seat, armchair and lounge chair, each with different types of bases suita
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.
Concentric centres ripple out from a minimalist design, playing with the transparencies of cast glass.
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.
In Pinto fragments of marble and stone lie beneath a gentle, majestic surface: made using recyclable and reusable cement, a contemporary material that can handle any weather conditions, making it s
It is still Soda, but it wants to get up close and personal: you can extend it by matching pieces together, or create sophisticated compositions by mixing the different shapes.
Coque has a taste for dynamic, rich contrasts. The mirror is protected by a ceramic shell, which embraces two opposing finishes: glossy and matt.
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.
Monoplauto is like Plauto, but with just one leg. Its characteristic leaf-shaped legs have merged into one, making the monolithic inspiration behind its design even more evident.