Milly Big armchair, design Basaglia + Rota Nodari for Viganò & C., with molded polyurethane upholstery. Concave profile to move back the feet. Ideal in various environments: waiting room, contract space, office or home.
When furnishing an apartment, it is a cocoon that will bring serenity and tranquility after a long day that is created, in order to recharge one’s batteries. Here is a selection of brilliant furniture of a timeless elegance, which emphasizes a modern and futuristic look, for an unequalled comfort and an aesthetic of exception.
Designed by the Italian studio Skrivo, for Bolia, Bowie is a sophisticated armchair with a solid oak structure certified FSC, gradually widening as it descends from the armrest to the foot.
Inspired by organic forms and movement, the Cloth coffee table by Joao Teixeira
produces a balance between boldness and elegance. Mixing Japanese simplicity
and Scandinavian functionality, according to the new trend of Japandi design.
Metal book holder in the center, with curved bottom and legs.
For her first collaboration with Gebrüder Thonet Vienna, Serena Confalonieri designed Arcadia, a footstool whose shapes play with the curved wood, the brand’s signature element. The classic wooden arch is bent into an arch shape, which is repeated around the perimeter of the footstool and becomes both the structural base and an aesthetic element.
Hong Kong-based multidisciplinary cabinet Napp Studio has created a series of four contemporary versions of the popular little stool called Mini-Stools, made from three different types of solid wood, with green panels.
Nora armchair in solid wood, signed Michael Schmidt for Bross. Back legs extending to define the inner profile of the armrest. Upholstered shell in leather or fabric with tone-on-tone or contrast stitching.
Morgana armchair, designed by Codato and Trevisiol for Bonaldo, with a wooden structure that emphasizes the shape of the legs, armrest and backrest, in contrast with the soft leather headrest. Simple back and seat with sinuous curves. A comfortable footrest completes the collection.
Soft and comfortable volumes for the Visti armchair, designed by studio Nooi for Bolia,
with a solid oak frame certified FSC. Flat armrests for a book or a cup of tea.
Girl in the Sea folding lounger, from the Toiletpaper collection for Seletti,
made of solid beech wood and printed water-repellent polyester fabric,
treated against UV.
Chair from the Path collection, designed by Carlesi Tonelli for Bross,
with tapered legs, in natural ash or beech, stained or matt lacquered.
The seat is a combination of a thin visible wood profile and an upholstered
cushion. An opening on the backrest ensures maximum ergonomics.
Available with leather or fabric upholstery and exposed hand stitching.
Designed by the young Cypriot designer Michael Anastassiades for CoEdition,
the T-Square shelf consists of a top in Arabescato marble or solid oak,
natural or black stained, supported by a triangular support
in bronze lacquered metal or solid brass.
Pevero 3 seater sofa by Unopiù, with teak structure and removable cushions (seat, back and armrests) in 100% acrylic fabric in Diamante color.
Designed by MM Company for the brand Sitia, Nuki, a small armchair
with minimal and two-dimensional lines, can be placed in a corner
dedicated to homework or around a dining table. Small hook
incorporated in the backrest, to hang a bag or a jacket.
Luna, circular cabinet, signed Patricia Urquiola for CoEdition, in the shape of a
drum divided into compartments for storing documents or displaying objects.
Quadrants rotating at 90° around the center of the circle, thus opening partially
or totally the hidden part of the cabinet.
Kriss collection, designed by Maurizio and Silvia Varsi for Bonaldo, composed of a bed and a bench, combining the softness of the fabric with the strength of the wood.
Handcrafted in brass, the Krown suspension, from Karim Rashid’s Kasual
collection, sensualizes glass, removing outdated facets and stereotypes from
the history of lighting. Geometric design of combined sculptural shades.
Short for modularity, Mod is a TV stand designed by noo.ma, with over 100 configuration possibilities, composed of four infinitely customizable and re-customizable modules. Spacious drawers that can hold up to 30 kg and accommodate a collection of CDs, books or magazines, as well as tableware or accessories.
Les Arcs, square coffee table in aluminum, designed by Meneghello Paolelli Associati for Unopiù.
Dress Code, chair signed by Gumdesign for S.CAB, inspired by the norms of
clothing fashion: associations of colors and fabrics. Fabric as smooth as a sheet,
upholstered version or upholstered in the shape of waves.
Kelp chair, inspired by the lines and silhouettes of ocean vegetation, Interesting Times Gang design, 3D printed with a material made from recycled fishing nets mixed with wood fiber.
Blend, design Giuseppe Viganò for Bonaldo, with soft upholstery. Bed in saddle leather with an elegant and refined design, playing on the idea of harmony and balance between contrasting elements.
Suspension Kapsule, from the Kasual collection by Karim Rashid,
sculptural and functional at the same time. Brass strips shaped
and assembled by hand by skilled artisans.
The Half & Half suspension, designed by Alain Gilles for Hind Rabii Lighting,
is divided into two parts: low, which diffuses a soft light through its opal glass
half-bulb; and high, made of ceramic, with its cross shape, expressing its
personality when touched by daylight. The latter will evolve and change
orientation during the course of a day, thus creating a perception and a play
of shadows in constant evolution on the upper part and on the glossy
ceramic surface divided into quarters.
Notes oak shelves, by Julien Renault for Cruso, for discreet and neat storage and display, ideal for any interior. Available in three lengths and supported by a steel wall bracket.
Balconi, designed by Oiko Design for the outdoor brand Diabla,
revisits the most recognizable structure of the folding balcony chair,
using curved tubes in open arcs and recycled plastic as the protagonist.
Falabella Stool, designed for Offecct by Lucy Kurrein, is a lightweight,
neat piece of furniture made of molded plywood, with a personal shape
and a name borrowed from the world’s smallest horse.
Timeless, natural and carefully crafted, the Type01 Veneer Shelf by Tylko is a modern reinterpretation of a furniture classic. Finished in natural wood, oak or ash, simple and functional lines, quality materials. Adaptable and customizable.
Columns luxury floor lamp, by Castro Lighting, designed with innovative
creativity, keeping in mind a modern elegance associated with playful
geometric elements. Perfect fusion between its gold-plated brass structure
and its cubic marble base, smart functionality and minimalist beauty.
Keiji Takeuchi imagines, for Cruso, the Springback coat rack.
Black or white steel structure to store clothes and accessories,
optional natural or black oak top, ideal for storage.