The Torii coffee tables also feature the same structural style details as the seats, reflected in the metal frame with Bronze colour varnished finish and details in Black-Nickel metal.
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
A rug exuding great elegance, with a soft surface and a highly versatile, eclectic design, Alps conveys intimacy and warmth to any interior.
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
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.
Hamilton is a seating system with a simple design, composed of fixed sofas which allow an original and fully project design.
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.
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 its innovative design, inspired by the 1950s, the Osaka rug features a pattern with a strong visual identity.
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.
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,
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.
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.
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.