A rug exuding great elegance, with a soft surface and a highly versatile, eclectic design, Alps conveys intimacy and warmth to any interior.
A bookcase that becomes the focal point of the living space, thanks to the range of different finishes available that give it a strong decorative appeal with a contemporary feel.
With a design that develops a quarter, eighth and sixteenth of a circle into three-dimensional elements, the Amber low units give the impression of modular furniture with countless configurations,
Torii Nest Outdoor
Designed for indoor environments in 2020, Torii Nest migrates to open-air living spaces, in the armchair, lounge and dining little armchairs versions.
Extraordinary elegance and undulating shapes take the Morgan Marble table to new heights.
The Dalton Chrome bookcase, with its highly sophisticated contemporary look and apparent formal simplicity, stands out for its stylish combination of finishes and materials.
With its innovative design, inspired by the 1950s, the Osaka rug features a pattern with a strong visual identity.
Van Dyck "Outdoor"
The peculiarity that makes Van Dyck a timeless object is the support structure.
A table/sculpture that combines sophisticated structural details with luxury finishes.
With its modern vibe and reassuring, sophisticated colour, the Avery rug elegantly furnishes outdoor spaces.
Calder Bronze "Sideboard"
The series of Calder "Bronze" consoles, featuring pure, uncluttered lines, expands to include a family of sideboards.
A faceting effect livens up and interrupts the cubism that sets the morphology of the West system apart from the clichés of modern design.
Aston “Cord” Outdoor
Aston is a family of individual pieces, including a sofa, a daybed, armchairs, footstool, chairs and stool in two heights – 101 cm and 114 cm – custom-designed to furnish homes and “public spaces”
Real one-off pieces due to the oxidation process they undergo, which makes each one different from the others, the Pilotis Outdoor coffee tables are conceived as solid volumes of pure geometry.
Faithful to his design philosophy, which often challenges the rules of geometry, Nendo has conceived Ring, a family of five tables that play with contrasts between straight lines and curves.