A table/sculpture that combines sophisticated structural details with luxury finishes.
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
Extraordinary elegance and undulating shapes take the Morgan Marble table to new heights.
The Kyoto rug, an eclectic, universal accessory for all types of open-air living areas, brings back the inspiration to the 1950s design.
With its irregular shape and rounded corners, the Stony coffee table is inspired by pebbles, smoothed by the water of rivers, and it figures as a natural element in the landscape designed by the Ou
With its architectural appeal, the Terrace table has a strong contemporary vibe, and a mildly retro-inspired frame.
The collection of Carson storage units has a minimalist, modern design aesthetic expressed through the combination of luxurious materials.
Sunray designs a new, open-air landscape where exquisite design and carefully researched comfort join forces to create an intimate, relaxing atmosphere.
Faithful to his design philosophy, which often challenges the rules of geometry, Nendo has conceived Ring, a family of five tables that play with contrasts between straight lines and curves.
With its innovative design, inspired by the 1950s, the Osaka rug features a pattern with a strong visual identity.
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
Wedge explores the concept of a table with a strong graphic expressive style, offering both a dining room and coffee table version.
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
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
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.