Innovating interior living space design through a seating system displaying into a variety of elements, with different features, a strong aesthetic identity, elegant proportions and unrivaled comfort.
The original round, square or rectangular shape of the Wisp shaggy rug pays homage to the Seventies with its pop inspiration and texture.
With its innovative design, inspired by the 1950s, the Osaka rug features a pattern with a strong visual identity.
With its modern vibe and reassuring, sophisticated colour, the Avery rug elegantly furnishes outdoor spaces.
The kinetic art movement was the inspiration for the pattern featuring stripes of various widths on the Dibbets Barcode rug
Tape "Cord" Outdoor
The Tape family of seats, which made its début in 2018, naturally evolves, incorporating items for the outdoor environment that maintain the undeniable elegance of the forms and concepts of the des
Developed starting from a simple square volume, the Solid family of complements reveals great versatility through its clean and simple shapes.
Designed by Italian-Danish duo GamFratesi, Lido is a comfortable basket-like nest, with a round seat.
The Fil Noir chairs take their name from thread – an unmistakable sign of continuity.
Recalling the composed style of the Fifties the Russell family consists of a variety of typologies of great appeal that range from the enveloping armchair to the elegant lounge and dining armchairs
An element conceived as a solid volume of pure geometry, Pilotis - designed by Rodolfo Dordoni - lights up with metallic glints and turns into an original showpiece when placed in the living room,
Mattia is inspired by the reinterpretation of a creative sign from the early Seventies, offering a modern take on a design from the Minotti archive.
Brasilia, designed by Marcio Kogan / studio mk27, has an ultra-precise, contemporary, minimal style, rooted in Brazilian modernism.
More than a bookcase, a small architectural construction that calls to mind classic grace.
The Daiki seats, born out of the Brazilian architect’s passion for Japanese culture, go outdoors, where the open-air space is conceived and experienced as an extension of the indoor living area: a