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A trendy touch for an original and decorative home, a selection of sofas, chairs, seats, beds, bookcases, lights, coffee and side tables, in a modern style. Unique furniture to create a universe in your image, sometimes modern and refined, sometimes natural in eco-chic mode. Unearth these marvels signed by talented creators.

The Gogan sofa, designed by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso, takes its name from nature, including japanese stones smoothed by time and water, placed to protect and beautify the shores of rivers and lakes. The soft, irregular seats and the center of gravity tilted slightly backwards give it exceptional comfort and help keep the backrest lower. The backrest and seat are connected by stops, so that the furniture seems to be suspended above the floor.

In bronze and LED, Artist’s Hand is a sculptural pendant lamp based on the concept of drawing, tracing and produced by the irish designer Niamh Barry. The latter confides that LED technology allows her to draw with light and bronze. By working entirely by hand, this gives it endless possibilities of shapes and the finishes can vary from the brightest mirror-polished bronze to the deepest of dark patinas. The lighting in each room can be controlled to give a stronger, more defined illumination, and each design is crafted from solid bronze, glass and LEDs.

The Stem bookcase, designed by Philippe Nigro for Manerba, grows and develops in ever new and different combinations. A comfortable and elegant integrated seat adapts, both discreetly and functionally between columns, crosspieces, trays, complete backrests and finishes, to accommodate a visitor in a waiting room, a consultant looking of an idea, a collaborator looking for inspiration or to recharge his batteries.

Ripple coffee table, by Fendi Casa for Luxury Living Group, frame in steel with Gunmetal, Bronze Shadow or Palladium finishes and removable top in extra-clear tempered glass, back decorated by hand with Pequin design and shades in ultramarine blue, saffron and light orange.

The tubular structure of the Puffy armchair, by Faye Toogood for Hem, is visible under its removable padding that resembles an ultra-cozy duvet. Available in three upholstery colors and three frame finishes that can be mixed and matched.

The Newent bed, by Carlo Colombo for Bentley Home of Luxury Living Group, features a hand-inlaid headboard in precious materials, such as burr walnut and smoked liquid amber with a glossy brushed or matte finish, or in the alternative version completely covered with leather or fabric.

The Livintwist Pendant side table is the perfect accessory to complete a look and the perfect companion to any space. The dazzling of its unique versatile design is fun and sophisticated. Anchored by its jewel-shaped base, its design also features a temple extension, which serves as both an aesthetic detail and a useful grip. Available in a variety of color configurations.

Australian studio Sodo Sopa is collaborating with japanese design brand Tem-Per to create Broadleaf, a minimalist three-legged stool in recycled plastic, inspired by the curved shape of a leaf. Both classic and avant-garde, it presents a refined and ultra-minimalist aesthetic. Its curved shape acts like a small backrest that wraps around the user’s lower back. Its design is interchangeable with its integrated locking mechanism, connecting the legs to the base without screws or bolts.

The designers Ramos & Bassols create the wall lamp from the Top collection by Vibia: sleek design, powered by LEDs, composed of two concentric circles. The single discs form a point of light, reminiscent of bull’s eye lighting spreading a soft ambient glow. The smaller central disc is the diffuser that reflects the light onto the larger round plate that encircles it, allowing it to frame the light in its own geometry.

The Vine armchair, designed by Frank Jiang for Turri, already amazes with the complex treatment of its wooden structure. Inspired by fine and light vine shoots in dark walnut, it supports a wide backrest and a deep seat, the upholstery of which is now covered with the magnificent Loro Piana Interiors Sherpas fabric in pure cashmere in the color Faded Blu.

Repose, a unique and beautiful sofa made by OKHA to be seen from every elevation, to enhance the distinct form that makes it instantly iconic. It comes in five different sized formats, with ottomans attached and detached, making it a foldable sofa system.

The Fragmenté dining table, in black slate and gray smoked glass, is created by Frédéric Saulou Design Studio in a limited edition of eight pieces.

Suspended, surface mounted or on a rail, recessed in the ceiling or in a wall, the MOD pendant lamp covers a multitude of situations and applications, from the most common to the less classic. With this new typology with exceptional modularity, Stefan Diez imagines, for Sammode, not yet another spot, but an innovative system which he calls The Universal Tool Box.

A play of colors and geometric references to Maison Romaine motifs in the Boogie coffee and side tables by Fendi Casa for Luxury Living Group. The frame is made of steel with Bronze Shadow or Palladium finishes and the top is available in glass or marble.

Economical, versatile and responsible, Bell Chair, by Konstantin Grcic for Magis, is a contemporary monocoque chair, entirely in recycled polypropylene. It weighs only 2.7 kg: at least a kilogram and a half lighter than the average plastic chair. The key to this economy is its ingenious hull shape. Its rounded geometry is not only structurally sound, but it makes it extraordinarily comfortable and attractive.

Designed for Vigano Office by Basaglia + Rota Nodari, George is a state-of-the-art modular system that can be assembled horizontally and vertically. The first of its kind, it consists of a corner cabinet, a central element, an ottoman and a coffee table, which can be combined endlessly in countless solutions. Also available with an induction or cable battery charger which can be installed in any desired configuration.

The Helios collection, signed Christina Z Antonio, in limited edition, includes two chairs, a two-seater on two levels and another one, made from oak, silk, alpaca wool, leather and a central element, the neon. Upholstered in alpaca padding, the round seats rest on oak legs, hidden by overlapping leather discs, the same design detail found on the backrests. Two columns rise from the seat to connect the blown glass tubes filled with helium, emitting a soft neon glow.

Umé Studio signs Zabuton, a modular sofa with bolsters, wooden elements and traditional japanese cushions, often used on tatami mats. Cushions are added to garnish the cabinet, which includes a maple wood plinth with grooves for modular triangular dividers. Umé Studio collaborates with Takaokaya, a futon maker based in Kyoto, to make the cushions. The wooden structure, with its plinth and partitions, is made in Oakland and coated with a transparent matt water-based polyurethane.

The new Ridley chair reveals all the elegant design codes of Bentley Home for Luxury Living Group. The S-shape of the main structure rotates during its journey, starting from the bottom as a base, which evolves into a seat and backrest, giving this product a unique and exceptional design. The lightness is emphasized by the bevelled cut of the frame, which evokes the fine and aerodynamic lines typical of the brand.

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Designed for Scab Design by Meneghello Paolelli Associati, Si-Si is an eclectic multi-material chair, chameleon style, with aesthetic strength and substance, to interpret the fragile balance between interior and exterior. Four basic models available, with characteristic details: Si-Si (smooth texture), Si-Si Dots (dotted texture), Si-Si Barcode (texture with vertical cuts) and Si-Si Wood (seat and back with slats in wood).

Villa’s OKHA bedside table in walnut wood combined with Nougat Matis marble. To create a unique outline, creative director Adam Court moved away from the traditional four-legged shape and allowed for asymmetry and a more organic and intuitive line. The use of three legs allows an interaction between the shape of the body and the base of the table. Villa has functional storage and uses a sculpted finger grip detail that slides in effortless aesthetic resolution.

The Oval coffee and side tables, by Carlo Colombo for Trussardi Casa of Luxury Living Group, feature a steel frame with a Dark Matt Bronze finish and the Greyhound logo on Vermont leather details in dark chocolate color. Perimeter beveled top with bronze tempered glass.

Trick bar stool, by Meneghello Paolelli Associati for Scab Design, with a minimalist but expressive and joyful style. Curves define its metallic structure and its padded seat is concave and unbalanced more in width than in depth.

Sofa from the Newent collection, design Carlo Colombo for Bentley Home by Luxury Living Group, available upholstered, as you wish, in leather or fabric and with two veneer options: burr walnut or smoked liquid amber.

With a solid wood frame, four natural or lacquered wood legs, removable wool and velvet covers and leather upholstery and eco-leather in recycled PET, the three sofas from the Tobi range, by Elena Trevisan for Rexite, are perfectly suited to any environment.

Tripè is the new extraordinary three-star table system from RadiceOrlandini DesignStudio for Scab Design. Steel base composed of several elements, connected by one or more die-cast aluminum joints, which can be diversified and replaced according to the need to compose single or double column tables.

Small armchair with a shiny coffee-colored structure and light gold-tone metal inserts, Jolly is available in Tiepolo wool fabric in the Lovat shade, by Loro Piana Interiors. The delicate shade of the upholstery is interrupted by a beige leather profile, applied by Turri. The particular conformation of the seat, in which the backrest surrounds the base to also form the armrests, makes it comfortable.

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