The distinguishing feature of this chair is certainly the V-shaped enveloping silhouette of the upholstery.
Orbital stands at the crossroads between Bauhaus and Constructivism, between Futurism and Kineticism; from the aesthetic foundations of these fabled avant-gardes the articulated, absolute forms of
This smoked glass low table takes its originality from the particular shape of the three steel and marble bases.
The Parade suspension lighting system is an installation of glass elements that recall the shapes of tongues.
The Ruth chair has lower legs with a zoomorphic look, creating an enveloping seat for relaxation in total comfort.
The sofa is made up of aggregated and clear volumes. The modular sofa is conceived with the same stylistic language.
The imagery that has inspired King’s Cross takes its cue from the meeting ofEast and West, in a collection composed of a low table, cupboard, console, bar cabinet and beauty desk.
The Callia product family - consisting of floor lamp, table lamp and wall lamp - present a metallic leaf supported by a marble circular element.
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 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 Aurora high unit is a precious and elegant project that enriches the codes of the furnishing language.
The Rebel lighting family, designed by Alessandro La Spada, combines the inspiration of the project in the world of technology with the preciousness of craftsmanship and the uniqueness of a design
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.