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, cord.
A combination of fine cabinet-making and high-end technology, the Lou 2020 sideboards blend exquisite craftsmanship with an updated look, featuring new materials, colours and structural details.
Scandinavian values meet Italian tradition in Fynn, a project created by combining fine cabinet-making in the wooden elements and sophisticated upholstering with fabric or saddle-hide.
Aston “Dining” is a chair that envelopes you, inviting you in, to experience its innate elegance and comfort.
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.
Extraordinary elegance and undulating shapes take the Morgan Marble table to new heights.
Distinguished by its elegant formal cubist shape, Shelley sports a linear geometry, enhanced by the presence of saddle hide and its accurate processing technique.
More than a bookcase, a small architectural construction that calls to mind classic grace.
Designed like a jewel that links stone and brass with an artistic flourish, Brink pairs a refined aesthetic and a design featuring dynamic geometries.
A virtuous combination of its design appeal, visible in the rigorous geometry of its volumes, and the haute couture approach exemplified by its precise, meticulous sartorial craftsmanship,
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
The Reeves family comprises numerous chairs, each of which was specifically designed for a particular setting, in terms of both use and style.
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 architectural appeal, the Terrace table has a strong contemporary vibe, and a mildly retro-inspired frame.
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