Inspired by the classic teak duckboard used in the yachting industry to facilitate the outflow of water, the Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan developed Quadrado, a modular system consisting of suspended square platforms that furnish outdoor spaces with exceptional lightness and flexibility.
The Boteco coffee tables reveal the Brazilian architect’s architectural approach and are characterised by their lower height and the impressive 8 cm thickness of the top, which hosts a built-in tra
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.
Developed starting from a simple square volume, the Solid family of complements reveals great versatility through its clean and simple shapes.
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.
Designed by Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan / studio mk27, the Superquadra furniture line takes its name from the pilot town planning design by Lúcio Costa with Oscar Niemeyer, conceived in 1956 f
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.
The Jacques collection includes sofas, and ottomans available in several sizes, originated from a common design seed that transforms a vaguely retro style into a symbol of absolutely contemporary s
Brasilia, designed by Marcio Kogan / studio mk27, has an ultra-precise, contemporary, minimal style, rooted in Brazilian modernism.
Van Dyck "Outdoor"
The peculiarity that makes Van Dyck a timeless object is the support structure.
More than a bookcase, a small architectural construction that calls to mind classic grace.
The distinctive characteristic and inspiration behind the Belt family, designed in the all-fabric or leather versions, is the idea of a belt that draws the profile of the body, encircling it, then
Torii Nest Outdoor
Designed for indoor environments in 2020, Torii Nest migrates to open-air living spaces, in the armchair, lounge and dining little armchairs versions.
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
Designed like a jewel that links stone and brass with an artistic flourish, Brink pairs a refined aesthetic and a design featuring dynamic geometries.