The word “Lego” has a double meaning in Italian: it means to join, to link but it also recalls the famous game that brought together the childhood of countless children, including that of the designers, giving the joy of being able to build something real, from a tower to a train.
Evolution of the now iconic Farnese chair, the daybed is a sophisticated product with numerous handcrafted elements.
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.
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.
A product characterized by a clear interaction between the padded element (comfort) and structural part (solidity-resistance).
The Ca’ Foscari sofa has a curving form alternating concave and convex shapes, making it a very modern and appealing product.
The distinguishing feature of this chair is certainly the V-shaped enveloping silhouette of the upholstery.
The relationship between the exoskeleton and the full presence of the volumes is based on and contrasts with the presence of voids, not missing gaps but a new way of organizing graphic-compositiona
The Anthem system is a seating program with flexible modular design and versatile, contemporary appeal.
Aracea is a lamp inspired by a liana with large oval and heart-shaped leaves.
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.
Presented on the occasion of Miami Art Basel 2019, the armchairs represent the “prêt-à-porter” version of the throne and are offered in six color variants.
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.
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.