Inspired by organic shapes capable of being defined in multiple families and functions, our 2023 collection speaks of lightness, versatility and respect for nature.
Wood, upholstery, beautiful details convey all the secrets of our new collection.
A woman's name, simple, but evocative and famous. Lisa was born from a light but pervasive sketch: "a chair with a simple and rigorous appearance" described by the designers. "The geometric lines are lightened by the presence of discreet details, such as the face of the rear leg which curves into line with the backrest, or the cut of the seat which reveals the structure in the back".
A versatile product, perfect for both personal and commercial environments, with great sensitivity to the theme of sustainability, yet at the same time light and playful. The designer describes his family in these words: “Humble and light, the Nomade collection of wooden tables is inspired by Japanese culture, where the essential becomes naturally agile".
Sinuous and comfortable shapes, squared by refined tone-on-tone stitching, which come together to create a double-sided sofa system, perfect for Hospitality areas, but also designed for contemporary living areas. An inspiration that comes from midcentury design mitigated by the desire to offer an informal use of this seating system.
An outdoor deckchair, and more, equipped with an integrated table: a whole for outdoor well-being, but also for relaxation at home. A metal tube structure on which the outdoor fabric part hangs (resistant to water and atmospheric agents, with draining padding).
Defne Koz & Marco Susani
The food trolley is the result of the Flow family of stools and chairs, the seamless metal line designed by Defne Koz and Marco Susani. A component that returns more and more to domestic spaces as well as contract ones. Tops in colored mdf and wheels in solid wood (surrounded in rubber) in a color palette make it a dynamic and irreverent accessory, albeit consistent with its classic use.
Favaretto & Partners
The new, ergonomic and "all-rounder" version of the Sho armchair is called "Club". Sho Club, is a nest of comfort where everything is possible: stop, work, recharge and recharge, eat, concentrate, read and... sit still! The designer, Francesco Favaretto describes Sho Club as "a connected and integrated single sofa, perfect for any intended use".