The inspirational mood board for this collection is titled “Non voglio mica la Luna”- lit. I’m not asking for the moon, the name of the famous song by the Italian singer Fiordaliso. The designers were inspired by the greatest dream of humanity that has been realized: the landing on the Moon. The name “Amos” was chosen, symbol of greatness and strength but it is also thename of one of the satellites launched into space.
Burly composition of padded elements marked by fluid and reverberating lines of ultrasound inspiration, which extends to the bedside tables in an osmotic way.
Evolution of the now iconic Farnese chair, the daybed is a sophisticated product with numerous handcrafted elements.
Designed to accompany the table of the same family, Kylo chair replicates its unique features thanks to an ideally continuous ribbon of metal tubing wrapping the back and the seat.
A sofa with a commanding structure, composed by pure shapes and profiles marked by exclusive seams.
This smoked glass low table takes its originality from the particular shape of the three steel and marble bases.
It is clear that Michele Astolfi has a passion for zoomorphific creatures, the contemporary “animalia” exclusively created for Visionnaire.
The distinguishing feature of this chair is certainly the V-shaped enveloping silhouette of the upholstery.
Rosemary is an elegant and enveloping armchair. Contemporary in design and welcoming in the shape of the seat, evokes a tulip that has just opened and invites you to relax.
Aracea is a lamp inspired by a liana with large oval and heart-shaped leaves.
The word “Lego” has a double meaning in Italian: it means to join, to link but it also recalls the famous game that brought together the childhood of countless children, including that of the desig
The Callia product family - consisting of floor lamp, table lamp and wall lamp - present a metallic leaf supported by a marble circular element.
Kerwan is a mix of unexpected geometries. The peculiarity of the table lies in the curvature of the marble of the legs from slab and not from block, avoiding waste of material.