With its architectural appeal, the Terrace table has a strong contemporary vibe, and a mildly retro-inspired frame.
Developed starting from a simple square volume, the Solid family of complements reveals great versatility through its clean and simple shapes.
The Dalton Chrome bookcase, with its highly sophisticated contemporary look and apparent formal simplicity, stands out for its stylish combination of finishes and materials.
In Fynn, Scandinavian values meet Italian tradition. A contemporary design for outdoor spaces in teak wood, crafted with fine cabinet-making workmanship.
Designed like a jewel that links stone and brass with an artistic flourish, Brink pairs a refined aesthetic and a design featuring dynamic geometries.
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
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.
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.
A seating system with a classic-modern spirit, built upon a clustering of generous yet sleek shapes that describe distinctly horizontal lines.
Hamilton is a seating system with a simple design, composed of fixed sofas which allow an original and fully project design.
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
Aston "Cord" Outdoor
Aston is a family of individual pieces, including a sofa, a daybed, armchairs, footstool, chairs and stool in two heights – 101 cm and 114 cm – custom-designed to furnish homes and “public spaces”
A faceting effect livens up and interrupts the cubism that sets the morphology of the West system apart from the clichés of modern design.
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.
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