Ztista Indoor Console, designed by Victoria Yakusha, is a plastic silhouette and slightly primitive form of ZTISTA furniture line for the indoor console. The support and upcycled steel frame are in a blend of cellulose, clay, flax fiber, wood chips, and biopolymer cover. The console's design is a cultural inspiration bridging links between a sustainable approach to contemporary living and the spiritual relations of ancestors with nature. ZTISTA is a Ukrainian word for made of dough.
Gallotti & Radice
Navigli B Shelving System, designed by Massimo Castagna, is a bookcase/shelving system with a hand-burnished copper structure and shelves. The hand-burnished copper finish looks naturally spotted and irregular. Due to this craft-made processing, each product is unique and exclusive. It is a perfect addition to a bedroom to display artifacts.
Gebrüder Thonet Vienna Gmbh (GTV)
Furia Rocking Horse, designed by the Swedish duo FRONT, is an elegant, playful piece in black lacquered bent beech wood, designed to bring fun and joy even to the children of the house. The seat is upholstered in light blue leather. It is a piece with an ironic vibe in which GTV’s trademark features meet the delicate, creative style of FRONT.
A chair suspended above its own shadow First exhibited in Milan in 2009, the Shadow Chair is a visual trompe l’oeil piece that plays on our perception with its gravity-defying, cantilevered design. The Shadow Chair has been reimagined for 2023 with a new fragmented design emphasizing contrast through light and shadow. Available in glistening mirror-polished stainless steel and gold finishes.
George Geara Studio
Indulge in the ultimate comfort and sophistication with our Handcarved Solid Wood Lounge Chair, designed by the renowned George Geara. This luxurious chair features a handcarved solid wood backrest, full upholstered seat in "velvet" fabric, and 10mm laser cut, powder-coated steel legs with polyamide detail, all designed to provide unmatched comfort and style. The intricate details of the handcarved solid wood backrest are a true work of art, while the soft velvet fabric of the seat provides a cozy place to relax. The legs of the chair are expertly crafted with precision and finesse, creating a bold and modern look that contrasts beautifully with the organic shape of the wood. Designed in Beirut by the designer George Geara, this chair is a testament to his design expertise and impeccable craftsmanship.
Fade is an exquisite fusion of function and artistry. With a border that fades from clear to tranquil blue, this piece showcases Marcelis's ability to manipulate light and color. This progressive tint mirrors the enchanting transition from day to dusk, infusing the piece with a dream-like quality.
The Rosae Pedestals demonstrate the designer's Goula/Figuera's ability to tame and constrain a material while creating a unique duality. These solid Walnut or Brushed Oak side tables have a textured base and legs that have been gouged and scooped out that starkly oppose the smooth and silky tabletop.
The Flying Saucer coffee table combines vibrant pop colours and patterns in nostalgia-drenched, maximalist fashion. A statement design that refuses to follow convention and serves as a constant reminder to live one’s life to the fullest – go bigger, go bolder, be adventurous, have fun and don’t take life too seriously!
UFO TT, designed by EMMEMOBILI. During these twenty years of production, the UFO TT coffee table has become a great classic. Its elegant timeless shape, the perfect execution technique and the meticulous details of its components have transformed it over time into a formal reference for the world of contemporary furniture. The particularity of the design of the shell of the undertop, its invisible and perfectly studied connection with the top, as well as the connection with the finely flared truncated conical central foot, have so far been interpreted in numerous materials and finishes.
Antinomia, designed by EMMEMOBILI. It could balance their strength so that their shapes, their materials, their peculiarities, so precious, but so different, can dialogue harmoniously. It is from this research that the Antinomia coffee table was born, made up of two founding elements, a monolithic base and a large shaped support surface, elements that like an oxymoron manage to live in a unicuum and enhance each other. The more particular and fragmented forms are combined with the more regular and sober ones in order to create a mix of elements which, despite having the same semantics, manage to furnish without being excessive.
Sparkle, designed by EMMEMOBILI. Sparkle was also born to be an architectural element that can, also developed on great heights, be used as a partition wall for large rooms. An object that can therefore also become a design element, which is characterized by almost ethereal surfaces whose thicknesses are enhanced and embellished by the insertion of a brass profile that gives precious but never blatant flashes to the materiality of the wood. The vertical elements have been designed in such a way as to enhance the possibilities of the double-sided use of Sparkle and have been shaped in such a way as to be able to accommodate different types of coverings. A great versatility that allows the object to fit into different contexts.
LAMA, designed by EMMEMOBILI. Lama, with a dual personality, can be placed on the wall or positioned free-standing in the center of the room, to be appreciated in all its details. The shaped foot, a distinctive feature of the object, fits diagonally into the body of the furniture from the floor to the top, emphasizing the formal value of the product.