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.
The Aurora high unit is a precious and elegant project that enriches the codes of the furnishing language.
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.
This smoked glass low table takes its originality from the particular shape of the three steel and marble bases.
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 desig
Born from an enveloping and elegant design, the shell of this armchair is characterized by the union of a fluid and curved external surface that embraces a more generous and welcoming internal volu
This wellness unit reflects the new Visionnaire language that investigates the balance between material and form, tradition and contemporary spirit.
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
A product characterized by a clear interaction between the padded element (comfort) and structural part (solidity-resistance).
With an image that is organic and technical at the same time, the Jet Plane desk features aerodynamic lines that underscore the exclusive status of the project, also through careful selection of th
Miller is a new padded furniture, both sofa and sectional with well-defined characteristics.
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
Evolution of the now iconic Farnese chair, the daybed is a sophisticated product with numerous handcrafted elements.
Astrid, inspired by botany, seems to welcome us among its “leaves” that unfold to form seat and back.