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.
Aracea is a lamp inspired by a liana with large oval and heart-shaped leaves.
Almost a sculpture, the Ekos console is a remarkable expression of the finest craftsmanship, a trait shared with the Kerwan table.
Ca’ Foscari bed stands out for its headboard with a sturdy outer frame and inner padding, in a sweeping curved silhouette.
The Hemingway family is inspired by the serene elegance of the Hamptons: in this retreat away from the stresses of the metropolitan jungle, the pace is tuned to silence and relaxation.
Clem is a dining chair characterized by a thin steel structure that defines its base and seat with the enveloping U-shape.
The Dante desk represents a stylistic evolution of the already-successful Kerwan collection, which led to an experimentation on the elastic capacities of marble and briar.
This wellness unit reflects the new Visionnaire language that investigates the balance between material and form, tradition and contemporary spirit.
The graceful backrest of the Sybilla dining chair strikes the viewer at first glance.
The tapered form of the legs of the Asha chair resembles the iconic zoomorphic silhouette of certain pieces from the first Nature’s Jewel Box collection, generating dialogue and evolution.
The Parade suspension lighting system is an installation of glass elements that recall the shapes of tongues.
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.
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.
The Osborne boiserie is a sartorial interpretation of the wall that can be equipped and compatible with the various functions of the habitat: technology, functionality, aesthetics and aggregability