Category: Tables and coffee tables
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, or other interior areas.
Its name refers to one of the distinctive architectural elements of Rationalism, and indicates the slender columns on which the airy volume of the Rationalist buildings would lie.
It is available in two heights, each with the same diameter, and in a rich variety of finishes: polished stainless steel with a reflective effect, or metal varnished in the colours Army Green, Navy Blue, Moka, or Cappuccino, with a polished finish. In the taller version, in polished varnished metal, the surface can also be animated by Army Green/Capuccino, Granite/Cappuccino, Moka/Ice and Navy Blue/Ice shading.
Designed by Italian-Danish duo GamFratesi, Lido is a comfortable basket-like nest, with a round seat.
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.
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
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.
Fil Noir "Dining"
The Fil Noir little armchair has the same elegant design and enveloping shape as the eponymous armchair.
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.
Andersen Bed "Quilt"
The aesthetic values of the Andersen seating system are reiterated in the bed of the same name, featuring balanced lines and raised frame with elegant feet in Pewter-colored finish.
Reeves “Dining” leverages the qualities of its namesake armchair in the design of a little armchair that combines comfort and well-balanced proportions.
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.
Composed of an internal structure in white metal with elegant black-nickel metal feet, they wear a soft textile shade in natural linen coupled with PVC and offer a great decorative impact.
Designed like a jewel that links stone and brass with an artistic flourish, Brink pairs a refined aesthetic and a design featuring dynamic geometries.
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
Brasilia, designed by Marcio Kogan / studio mk27, has an ultra-precise, contemporary, minimal style, rooted in Brazilian modernism.
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