The Ethos line is accompanied by furnishing accessories such as small footrest poufs.
A sofa with a rigorous design, whose distinctive feature is the equipment of back cushions with mechanism to adjust the cushion inclination .
The Demetra armchair is characterized by the large seat, the compact backrest and the burnished metal feet: a strict design with a retro character.
This coffee table is characterized by the Y-shaped metal base that supports a glass top with refined smoky transparencies, available in square or round shape.
Cliff is a truly precious bed enriched by a vintage effect of an anthracite grey leather and the Capitonnè manufacturing.
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.
X is characterized by the particular shape of the base made up of individual sheets folded and screwed together that strengthen the stability and design of the object.
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.
A “bohemian” spirit for informal proposals. Maxime combines the ergonomic rigor to spontaneity of authentic gestures of life.
Dividendo is an extremely versatile piece of furniture, ideal for creating support bases and small connecting bridges between the elements of a sofa.
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.
Slim New is characterized by a minimal design: a thin base and backrests in contrast with the high thickness of back- and seat cushions that ensures a comfortable support with an “aristocratic” aes
The Scarlet armchair is characterized by its unique asymmetry of the armrests and a washable and removable melange fabric.
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