Freyr is a clear example of how to make a classic line contemporary.
The Anthem system is a seating program with flexible modular design and versatile, contemporary appeal.
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.
The Legend sofa seeks an elegance beyond the fashions of the moment, the intent is to create a contemporary furniture that is already born as a classic.
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 Kylo table, the Kylo Framed chair replicates its unique features thanks to an ideally continuous ribbon of metal tubing wrapping the back and the seat.
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 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 Ca’ Foscari sofa has a curving form alternating concave and convex shapes, making it a very modern and appealing product.
Aubade Bedside table
The Aubade nightstand resembles a decorative box with a backdrop in precious Patagonia marble.
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.
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 Ruth chair has lower legs with a zoomorphic look, creating an enveloping seat for relaxation in total comfort.
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 Lisbet family of cabinets, composed of a sideboard, a low cabinet and a bar unit, all precious embodiments of nature.