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.
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
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.
The charm of the armchair in leather continues to resist finding new interpretative keys.
The Margot armchair is a very versatile piece of furniture due to the high level of customization of the upholstery, seams and the choice of the support structure.
Essentiality as a value expressed by the name that determines its style and area of taste.
The Loren armchair, looking like a seductive film diva, combines refined design with creativity, which is expressed by unusual velvet.
A sofa with a rigorous design, whose distinctive feature is the equipment of back cushions with mechanism to adjust the cushion inclination .
The Scarlet armchair is characterized by its unique asymmetry of the armrests and a washable and removable melange fabric.
The workmanship of the backrest in capitonné distinguish the armchair Nicole. The legs in black painted wood supports the structure highlighting a retro-style design.
Ernest New softens the rigor of its forms with the curves that accompany the armrests to the seat.
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.
An intriguing story full of suggestions, an authentic work of weaving and creativity, a bed that lets you understand from its compact and sinuous shape a promise of peerless comfort like the headbo
Backrest structure and bed frame of high “thickness” for size and solidity but the peculiarity of this bed is the possibility of moving the back cushions independently with a simple gesture of the