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.
Clearly inspired by the Pavone throne designed by Marc Ange, symbol of the Beauty collection, this wall lamp is an enhancement of the Pavone family, a celebration of the convergence between art and
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.
This smoked glass low table takes its originality from the particular shape of the three steel and marble bases.
The Berry Capitonné sofa was created with references from the world of art, fashion and glamour, and looks like a real treasure chest: cosy, intimate and precious.
The Ca’ Foscari sofa has a curving form alternating concave and convex shapes, making it a very modern and appealing product.
The CaCO3 artistic collective conducts a rigorous research that stages multiple and unedited reformulations of the possibilities of the language of mosaic in the contemporary world.
Aracea is a lamp inspired by a liana with large oval and heart-shaped leaves.
Burly composition of padded elements marked by fluid and reverberating lines of ultrasound inspiration, which extends to the bedside tables in an osmotic way.
It is clear that Michele Astolfi has a passion for zoomorphific creatures, the contemporary “animalia” exclusively created for Visionnaire.
Pavone is our allegory to luxury. This majestic animal is never worried about survival: he doesn’t hide or defend himself, he doesn’t escape… His time and energy are used to display his beauty.
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.
This wellness unit reflects the new Visionnaire language that investigates the balance between material and form, tradition and contemporary spirit.
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