On the one hand Amie evokes style and taste inspired by the iconic forms, on the other it captures the curved lines of the armrests, an entirely innovative aspect with futuristic features. The use of white in the covers makes it a cult product suitable for classic or modern spaces.
The Duke armchair is expressed by soft lines that blend into the texture of the fabric in shades of pink and purple and create a sophisticated ambience.
Patrick, individual elements that can be combined in several positions in a game of soft and inviting geometries. A sofa with a versatile character that meets all space and relaxation needs.
Alexander sofa collection along the entire perimeter of the structure maintains the same height and rigor and ends in an enveloping armrest, squared outside and rounded inside.
A new collection of beds inspired by 60s shapes. Inclined metal feet, upholstered and shaped headboard that folds like an origami leaning gracefully on the bed frame.
Claude is the comfort of a chair and of a two- and three-seater sofa, characterized by rounded and elegant shapes and inclined feet that mirrors the lines of the armrests.
The Scarlet armchair is characterized by its unique asymmetry of the armrests and a washable and removable melange fabric.
A sofa with informal lines and extremely dynamic forms: single elements are combined to fit the space and enhance its value. Details like a double seam crosses the seat and enrich it.
The Loren armchair, looking like a seductive film diva, combines refined design with creativity, which is expressed by unusual velvet.
Also the version Duke High is inspired by the 60s. In this proposal the bed frame becomes protagonist: higher frame for more comfort and style.
Eduard New is a vocation to welcoming and comfort: enveloping design related to the rounded backrests, large seats and the goose-downs pillows.
A sofa with a rigorous design, whose distinctive feature is the equipment of back cushions with mechanism to adjust the cushion inclination .
Inspired by the shapes of the ’20s, Max summarizes and interprets the traditional capitonnè manufacturing, performed in collection pieces for the value and the handcraft skills necessary to realize
The charm of the armchair in leather continues to resist finding new interpretative keys.