Collection : Volare
The new hideaway kitchen designed by Alessandro La Spada has been conceived as a treasure chest: the sliding panel is a surface of metal tiles in a polished antique finish, arranged to form an elaborate geometric pattern.
The sideboard is composed of a surface of metal tiles with shiny and antique finishing, arranged to form an elaborate geometric pattern.
Evolution of the now iconic Farnese chair, the daybed is a sophisticated product with numerous handcrafted elements.
The Babylon Rack project has been conceived as a work of modular mini-architecture, with many functional features for studying, working and relaxing.
The Zoe chairs - homage to the space age experiments of Andrè Courrèges and Pierre Cardin - take up the totemic shapes and precious details of the beloved Amos table.
The Babylon sofa design Alessandro La Spada is a bestseller of the Visionnaire collection of upholstered furniture.
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.
The Aubade bed, a horizontal scenography is a geometric composition of full and empty volumes and a combination of luxury with the backlit Patagonia marble elegantly placed in the headboard.
The armchair presents a semi-circular padded shell, upholstered in Bansky velvet with the new “plush” effect, in verde rameggiato colour.
Valiant dining table is defined by pure geometric lines but with a great visual impact thanks to the experimentation of combining finishes.
It is clear that Michele Astolfi has a passion for zoomorphific creatures, the contemporary “animalia” exclusively created for Visionnaire.
The Parade suspension lighting system is an installation of glass elements that recall the shapes of tongues.
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