The Babylon sofa design Alessandro La Spada is a bestseller of the Visionnaire collection of upholstered furniture. Conceived as an architectural project, Babylon is defined by clean and linear volumes with handcrafted details of the highest tailoring.
The Callia product family - consisting of floor lamp, table lamp and wall lamp - present a metallic leaf supported by a marble circular element.
This smoked glass low table takes its originality from the particular shape of the three steel and marble bases.
Born from an enveloping and elegant design, the shell of this armchair is characterized by the union of a fluid and curved external surface that embraces a more generous and welcoming internal volu
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.
Almost a sculpture, the Ekos console is a remarkable expression of the finest craftsmanship, a trait shared with the Kerwan table.
The armchair presents a semi-circular padded shell, upholstered in Bansky velvet with the new “plush” effect, in verde rameggiato colour.
This wellness unit reflects the new Visionnaire language that investigates the balance between material and form, tradition and contemporary spirit.
Astrid, inspired by botany, seems to welcome us among its “leaves” that unfold to form seat and back.
This washbasin console was born as an extension of the Leonardo product family and is characterized by constructive and ergonomic choices dedicated to the bathroom.
The rigorous architectural lines of Bastian give it a sense of composure and sober elegance. The accent is on fine details, precious sartorial touches of stitching and borders.
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.
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