Aracea is a lamp inspired by a liana with large oval and heart-shaped leaves.
The Bastian bed was born from the expansion of the range of upholstered furniture (sofas, sectionals, armchairs, chaise-longues) which base their design on the “suspended elements”construction of a
A product characterized by a clear interaction between the padded element (comfort) and structural part (solidity-resistance).
In today's homes, the kitchen is a place of work but also conviviality. This concept inspired the design of the Mayfair foodroom by Alessandro La Spada.
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.
Pavone is our allegory to luxury. This majestic animal is never worried about survival: he doesn’t hide or defend himself, he doesn’t escape… His time and energy are used to display his beauty.
A sofa with a commanding structure, composed by pure shapes and profiles marked by exclusive seams.
The Callia product family - consisting of floor lamp, table lamp and wall lamp - present a metallic leaf supported by a marble circular element.
The Aurora high unit is a precious and elegant project that enriches the codes of the furnishing language.
This wellness unit reflects the new Visionnaire language that investigates the balance between material and form, tradition and contemporary spirit.
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.
Presented on the occasion of Miami Art Basel 2019, the armchairs represent the “prêt-à-porter” version of the throne and are offered in six color variants.
The Arkady dining table, designed by Alessandro La Spada is conceived as a horizontal display case. A crystal top lets you glimpse an organically shaped marble slab, handcrafted.
The relationship between the exoskeleton and the full presence of the volumes is based on and contrasts with the presence of voids, not missing gaps but a new way of organizing graphic-compositiona