Reeves “Dining” leverages the qualities of its namesake armchair in the design of a little armchair that combines comfort and well-balanced proportions.
The Kyoto rug, an eclectic, universal accessory for all types of open-air living areas, brings back the inspiration to the 1950s design.
Natural teak is the wood chosen for Florida to complement the mood of the 2020 Collection and design living compositions blurring the boundaries between indoors and outdoors.
Tape "Cord" Outdoor
The Tape family of seats, which made its début in 2018, naturally evolves, incorporating items for the outdoor environment that maintain the undeniable elegance of the forms and concepts of the des
An expression of the minimalism that pervades the Brazilian architect’s designs, the Linha dining table is a manifesto of his constant pursuit of elegance in the proportions of his creations, and o
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
In Fynn, Scandinavian values meet Italian tradition. A contemporary design for outdoor spaces in teak wood, crafted with fine cabinet-making workmanship.
Taking inspiration from the minimalist movement, the Dan table combines Minotti's savoir-faire with Delcourt's attention to all the details of a project: from those evident to the eye, to those tha
The Lawrence Bed puts a contemporary spin on the classic upholstered bed, bringing back balanced proportions and adding the kind of constructive details that speak volumes about the company’s abili
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
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
Mattia is inspired by the reinterpretation of a creative sign from the early Seventies, offering a modern take on a design from the Minotti archive.
The Fil Noir chairs take their name from thread – an unmistakable sign of continuity.
The minimalist lines that outline the table and its tapered legs characterise its sophisticated elegance, creating a perfect equilibrium between dynamism and absolute lightness.
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