The evocative transparency of glass, the playful reflexions of mirrors, the light colours of wardrobes that multiply spaces, declining them endlessly.
Palo Alto Wall
Palo Alto Wall is a night system in Boiserie. Characterized by uprights equipped with electrified rack fixed to the wall and by the backrests that make up the structure.
Table with semi-oval top in glass or marble, characterized by tapered wooden legs
Set for the sleeping area, which consists of bedside tables in two different sizes
Table with a round top supported by a unique characteristic structure made by juxtaposing two double C-shaped parts in metal
Sofa with C-shaped and fully customisable set-up thanks to a succession of storage/pedestal elements
Versatile modular system of panels with which to create wall-mounted shelving
Historical product of 1949
New edition of a 1949 Ignazio Gardella design, noted also for being one of the very first realizations that anticipated the concept of modularity
The Eros night group, consisting of a chest of drawers and nightstand, is characterized by the sophisticated dialogue between the different materials that compose it: metal, marble, wood.
Armachair with rigorously designed legs with the wraparound structure of the frame
Console with slender silhouette plays with the contrast between the metal structure and the top, available in a range of materials and configurations
Sofa freestanding parts can be mixed and matched to suit each owner’s taste, ensuring no two solutions are ever the same