15 years of design

that influenced our "modus vivendi"

 

15 iconic forniture designs from the prolific production of the universal creative genius, chosen by us for their functionality, aesthetics, technology and history, which have in some way influenced our daily life inside our homes.

  • 2000 

AIR CHAIR Magis by Jasper Morrison

A small stacking chair signed by Jasper Morrison in polypropylene with glass fibre added, air moulded, suitable for outdoor use.    

  • 2001

INOUT BENCH Cappellini by Jean Marie Massaud

It is an original and windy sofa and bench and is available in two different versions: with a polish lacquered fibreglass seat and with a padded seat in moulded polyurethane foam. Both versions have a base in satined stainless steel.

  • 2002

VASO TRONCO Alessi by Mario Botta

Flower pot in stainless steel signed by Mario Botta, inspired by nature, a tree trunk cut with its branches. 

  • 2003

VASE HYPER FAST Ymer&Malta by Cédric Ragot

Emblematic icon of French design inspired by an archetypal Ming vase frozen in its digital acceleration. The complexity has limited its production until Rosenthal invited Cédric Ragot to design a full range mass production.

  • 2004

MISTER Cassina by Philippe Starck

System of upholstered elements with always a low back, it can be fitted with traditional rectangular back cushions to complete its structure or cushions in different sizes and with different covers.

  • 2005

FISH CHAIR Cappellini by Satyendra Pakhalé

Small plastic armchair entirely manufactured with the rotational technology. The external surface is available in red, yellow, gypsum white and blue; the seat’s internal surface is always white.

  • 2006

DRIFT BENCH Established and sons by Amanda Levete

The garden Drift bench is an extremely sculptural design, tranforming her organic, highly sensual architectural language into a condensed form; the naturally formed fluid lines provided curves, angles and subtracted spaces.

  • 2007

LAMPADA MERCURY Artemide by Ross Lovegrove

A ceiling fixture that places a floating assembly of large pebbles below a simple modern disc. These in turn reflect each other bouncing light between their taught bio - morphic surfaces and reflecting the environment around them. Materials: structure in brushed stainless steel and painted aluminum.  

  • 2008

VEGETAL CHAIR Vitra by Ronan e Erwan Bouroullec 

A polyamide chair entirely recyclable, inspired by nature as a dense interweaving of branches in perpetual development. Vegetal born as outdoor chair, but can furnish either living areas or terraces. A comfortable sitting and resistant to weather conditions. 

  • 2009

MASTERS Kartell by Starck e Quitllet

A light and stackable chair in polypropylene, an iconic object a tribute to three symbol chair : the “Series 7” by Arne Jacobsen, the “Tulip Armchair” by Eero Saarinen and the “Eiffel Chair” by Charles Eames. An appealing silhouette with a fusion of styles, play of solids and voids, suitable for both indoor and outdoor.

  • 2010

VOID BRASS Tom Dixon by Tom Dixon

The double walls reflect and soften the light emitted from a concealed halogen bulb. Hand polished to create a mirrored surface. Perfect for above a dining table or hung in multiples using our Pendant System. The Void collection includes Stainless Steel and Copper.

  • 2011

PLOUM Ligne Roset by Erwan e Ronan Bouroullec

The Ploum settees are very comfortable, the result of a combination of two specific associated materials with the real dimensional generosity of the Ploum settees, offers an extremely high level of comfort whilst giving the body the chance to adopt a number of possible postures. 

  • 2012

HUSK B&B ITALIA by Patricia Urquiola

A comfortable and contemporary chair for the combination of base and seat, The body, which is shaped with a design that cites the capitonné style. The cushions, in fabric or leather, fixed with pressstuds, are distinguished by the quilting, conveyng a feeling of softness. 

  • 2013

ARIA & AVIA PENDANT LAMP Slamp by Zaha Hadid

A fluid and dynamic pendant lamp, like an architectural work. Consisting of 50 polycarbonate layers different from each other, transforming the light source into a sculpture to be admired, with reflections and amplified shades. 

  • 2014

SUBLIMAZIONE TAVOLI Glas Italia by Ron Gilad 

A transparent extra-light glass table collection worked masterfully. Through a process of printing on the glass, it reproduces in the transparency the effect of the essence of walnut, really decorative and emotional.

  • 2015

X CHAIR, POLTRONA Moroso by Richard Hutten

A friendly chair with a distinctive X-shaped connector on the back, that gives the chair its name, a simple and round line without armrests. The outer surfaces are covered in a rough textured fabric, while the padded inner surfaces of the back and seat have a smooth leather finish.

 

by Cecilia Pilone