Designed in 2017 by Christophe Delcourt and consisting of a series of elements for the living, dining and night areas, the Lou family is enriched by new types of cabinets.
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,
A table/sculpture that combines sophisticated structural details with luxury finishes.
Reeves “Dining” leverages the qualities of its namesake armchair in the design of a little armchair that combines comfort and well-balanced proportions.
Morgan is based on the traditional refectory table, reinterpreted in a more contemporary key through a series of sophisticated design solutions and the pairing of striking luxury materials.
Distinguished by its elegant formal cubist shape, Shelley sports a linear geometry, enhanced by the presence of saddle hide and its accurate processing technique.
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.
Contemporary, with a strong architectural appeal and pure lines reminiscent of the Mid-Century American spirit, the Connery seating system sports an exquisite aesthetic and design that instantly ca
The apparent formal simplicity of Darren and its rational, accurate design conceal a piece that is far more complicated and intricately structured than meets the eye.
As a site-specific installation, tailor-made on each occasion to suit its hosting venue based on the specific requests of its commissioning agent, the Roger seating system is the result of an open
Extraordinary elegance and undulating shapes take the Morgan Marble table to new heights.
Van Dyck "Outdoor"
The peculiarity that makes Van Dyck a timeless object is the support structure.
The collection of Carson storage units has a minimalist, modern design aesthetic expressed through the combination of luxurious materials.
Having explored the use of woods, such as iroko and teak, with Patio, designed by Italian-Danish studio GamFratesi, Minotti proposes an unexpected mix of different materials: aluminium, wood, stone