New York Outdoor
The New York Outdoor collection features a painted tubular metal frame specifically treated for outdoor use and interprets the art of outdoor living with poetically light style and colourful charm, offering a choice of different tones, blends and solid colours. The collection includes a sofa and a standard armchair, creating the ideal oasis of comfort outdoors.
Fully removable covers.
Philo is a prefix of Greek origins that indicates love, propensity and empathy towards people and things.
The Up sofa uses a simple mechanism similar to Lego’s snap-on system that allows customers to choose the height of the backrest that best satisfies their comfort requirements. The back cushions ca
The whimsical and feminine touch that defines the Isabelle chairs has been elevated in the form of a stool element.
Bed & Breakfast
Bed & Breakfast is a sofa which transforms into a comfortable bed simply by folding down the backrest.
Delightfully pretty, the Amélie tub chair conjures up visions of French haute couture. The inner curves have been deliberately emphasized by a clever hand‐quilted patterning effect.
The Ola stool adapts the same concept of curved sheets converging towards a single central point but this time in the form of a stool.
Limes New is an invitation to go beyond the conventions of predefined space, showcasing how it can become something else altogether by simply moving the back rests.
Sometimes a name can say a lot, sometimes it says everything. Geo is an all rounded armchair, the protagonist in a home.
The Leyva bookcase is made of painted iron rod welded into a grille of uniform squares. Sophisticated and unintrusive, Leyva decorates the living room with a light, contemporary touch.
A sophisticated item of furniture for the dining area, the New York chair, with or without armrests, stands out with its sprightly structure and comfortable upholstery embellished by small tonal qu
The Baby Essentiel armchair offers a contained seating solution that follows the same design as the sofa and exhibits a form without excess and with comfortable ergonomics.
Haiku is a Japanese word used to describe a poem consisting of just three lines up to a total of seventeen syllables.
The project takes its inspiration from the concept of our memory, reimagining simple and iconic forms with echoes from the past.