The Village Novecento Pietra d’Avola, designed by Rodolfo Dordoni, is a decorative object expressed in a pair of houses, with the clean, precise lines of each piece recalling the style of Italy’s Novecento movement, the inspiration for the name he chose. The design sees an interchange of high and low arches, artfully cut so as to highlight the distinctive characteristic. It features a vivid rich dark tones of Pietra d’Avola.
The JAZ console conveys opulence and luxury with its unique and angular shape, reinforced by the purity of the stone. Delcourt Collection aims and succeeds in offering a master piece with great bravura once again Having designed furniture for the likes of Cartier and Louis Vuitton, as well as the Palazzo Farnese in Rome, Christophe Delcourt is no stranger pieces that convey opulence and luxury. The JAZ console table, in impeccable Grand Antique d’Aubert marble, perfectly showcases this aspect of his work. The unique, angled shape reinforces the quiet splendour and purity of the material, ensuring this table will lend any interior space an air of majesty.
Iperbole S Chair, designed by Ferruccio Laviani, is a chair with curves and lines that generate shapes and surfaces which intersect defining volumes. The Iperbole chair is a fusion of the Emmemobili craftsmanship and the latest technology, which is multilayer bent wood. It has a seat and a backrest made of leather. It features nubuck leather upholstery.
Dirk Van Der Kooij
The Meltingpot table designed by Kooij plays a keystone role in the circular design practice at Kooij. Discarded recycled plastic prototypes, production faults, and color tests form the basis of the conglomerate Meltingpot. Meltingpots are made available online as they are produced.
The Mobile Chandeliers are delicate structures balanced in perfect equilibrium. Constructed following the principles of a mobile, these are arrangements of linear tubes, geometric light sources, reflective surfaces and counterbalancing weights. The pieces rotate freely and delicately, creating an ever-changing lighting configuration unique to the space they occupy. Each Mobile Chandelier is individually tailored to ensure the balance of its approximately 200 hand-crafted patinated-brass components. Every piece is unique in its dimension and compositional balance, due to the varying weight of the mouth-blown opaline glass. Unique Edition.
A glowing evening sun shimmers. Hewn legs cast in lost wax bronze support a dramatically elegant top. The straw marquetry is dyed by hand in our own workshops to five subtle tones of Burnt Coral before being inlaid in a sunburst pattern. Designed by Antonio da Motta, the inspiration draws from Yoruba ideas of power and belief. Finishes: Burnt Coral Straw, Bronze Patina
Dirk Van Der Kooij
Menhir bench designed by Kooij is unwieldy; different slabs of pressed prototypes and production waste are slowly cut and carved into the contours of the Menhir Bench. Menhir bench is composed of solid, 4cm thick menhirs, and the bench is suited to many lifetimes of use. Finished without lacquer or oil, it can be re-polished endlessly.