Understated style, inviting contours, softly combined. Rada is a bed with a flowing, intimate and delicate profile. The headboard curves backwards gently, inviting total relaxation, yielding to its form.
Sculptural, symbolic, bold: the table Ettore, homage to master designer Ettore Sottsass, stem from a desire to have fun assembling three classic, primary, geometric elements in an ironic way.
Details that transform into distinctive features in a new take on proportions and function.
The new seat designed by Cristina Celestino for Pianca unfurls like a flower in Spring.
Italian craftsmanship fuses with Japanese style in an armchair deeply infused with references and tactile experiences. A new complement is added to the Fushimi collection.
The simplicity of its design conceals interesting and well-gauged geometric and constructive choices that explore and exploit the theme of the circle and symmetry.
Simplifying everyday movements, creating contours that command order and harmony.
Philippe Tabet has cleverly produced such a refined and interesting design that Orchestra is eloquent and attractive from any angle.
Flowing surfaces, as simple as the material they are made of. The collection of Pianca door front is enriched by Murano, a homage to the timeless appeal of Murano glass.
Elegant and sophisticated, the Cornice sideboard borrows its name from the eponymous wardrobe in the Pianca collection, scaling down its salient features to suit its new purpose.
Haik presents itself as a harmonious blend of geometric shapes, able to reflect and play with the light of its beautiful metallic finishes, but also to fit with determination in areas essential.