The Rebel lighting family, designed by Alessandro La Spada, combines the inspiration of the project in the world of technology with the preciousness of craftsmanship and the uniqueness of a design close to the art's language in a sophisticated way.
The Stankar product family, consisting of sofa, armchair, rocking armchair and low table, presents an apparently “suspended” seat.The rope elements are tied to a metal frame that surrounds the enti
The Parade suspension lighting system is an installation of glass elements that recall the shapes of tongues.
The Callia product family - consisting of floor lamp, table lamp and wall lamp - present a metallic leaf supported by a marble circular element.
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.
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 Ca’ Foscari sofa has a curving form alternating concave and convex shapes, making it a very modern and appealing product.
The Blanche mirror shows a symbolic image engraved by hand on the surface, made of two different subjects, a woman and a snake, hidden by a curtain made of thin strips of leather.
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.
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 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 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
The tapered form of the legs of the Asha chair resembles the iconic zoomorphic silhouette of certain pieces from the first Nature’s Jewel Box collection, generating dialogue and evolution.
The Deimos family – composed of a sofa, a dormeuse and an armchair – is a project with sinuous but precise lines, alternating the soft curves of the back with the angles of the outer shell.