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.
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 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.
A product characterized by a clear interaction between the padded element (comfort) and structural part (solidity-resistance).
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.
Burly composition of padded elements marked by fluid and reverberating lines of ultrasound inspiration, which extends to the bedside tables in an osmotic way.
Ca’ Foscari bed stands out for its headboard with a sturdy outer frame and inner padding, in a sweeping curved silhouette.
This wellness unit reflects the new Visionnaire language that investigates the balance between material and form, tradition and contemporary spirit.
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 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 Beloved bed, presented for the first time in 2016, has been reinterpreted with an impressive new headboard, a boiserie containing a horizontal niche compartment decorated by graphics on the the
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
Kerwan is a mix of unexpected geometries. The peculiarity of the table lies in the curvature of the marble of the legs from slab and not from block, avoiding waste of material.
Astrid, inspired by botany, seems to welcome us among its “leaves” that unfold to form seat and back.