With the fluid line of its shapes and the equilibrium of its soft volumes, the Lawson seating system explores different types of chairs, offering innovative solutions that push out the traditional style boundaries, ranging from small lounge armchairs to the larger easy chair, and even sofas.
Designed by Italian-Danish duo GamFratesi, Lido is a comfortable basket-like nest, with a round seat.
Designed like a jewel that links stone and brass with an artistic flourish, Brink pairs a refined aesthetic and a design featuring dynamic geometries.
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
The bulky look created by the solid sculptural masses of the semi-circular legs of Wedge contrasts with the lightweight feet, which culminate in an oblique chisel tip shape.
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.
A saddle-hide or leather element designs a wing that embraces the armchair, sustaining the frame like a sculptural bustier, characterised inside by the inviting softness of the seat and backrest.
The Dalton Chrome bookcase, with its highly sophisticated contemporary look and apparent formal simplicity, stands out for its stylish combination of finishes and materials.
Minimalist, with elegant proportions, the Linha coffee tables are the expression of a design approach that focuses on the architecture of the product and its creation with carefully worked material
The Reeves family comprises numerous chairs, each of which was specifically designed for a particular setting, in terms of both use and style.
Airy, with constructive details linked to Japanese tradition, the Torii modular seats play with round edged volumes, thin profiles and the apparent formal simplicity of an extremely detailed design
The kinetic art movement was the inspiration for the pattern featuring stripes of various widths on the Dibbets Barcode rug
The Kyoto rug, an eclectic, universal accessory for all types of open-air living areas, brings back the inspiration to the 1950s design.
Rationalist, minimal, designed by combining different materials and textures that enhance its linear shapes, the table features the element that characterises the Quadrado family on its top: a duck