Base in multi plywood with fibre cover.
Backrests and armrests: main structure in metal. Each element (back, seat, arm) is padded and covered singularly.
Padding in stress-resistant differentiated density polyurethane foam and fibre cover. Fully removable cover, except for leather version. Metal feet.
Model : MARENCO
Designer : MARIO MARENCO
Period : 1970
Dimension : Different sizes on request
Elegant dining chair with a curved backrest and slender legs.
The Era chair has legs made from steel rod, 16mm diameter. The seat panel is made from multi-layer poplar wood, sprung with coated rubber elastic straps and padded with polyurethane foam covered with acrylic fibre layers. The backrest of the Era chair is made from sheet-steel band, padded with polyurethane foam and secured to the frame with brass screws. All steel parts are powder-coated in a gunmetal grey colour, except the brass screws which has a matt lacquer finish. Seat and backrest with fabric or leather upholstery
Model : ERA CHAIR
Designer : DAVID LOPEZ QUINCOCES
Dimension : 55w x 46d x 43/66cmh
Nikari’s December XL chair, designed by Jasper Morrison and Wataru Kumano, has a natural and simplistically Scandinavian design. A combination of a wooden frame and leather seat, the sleek lounge chair suits both modern and more traditional interiors either individually or together with the December XL ottoman.
Model : DECEMBER XL CHAIR
Designer : JASPER MORRISON
Period : 2012
Dimension : Width: 58,5 cm Depth: 59,5 cm Height: 70 cm Seat height: 38 cm
Le Corbusier designed the lamp Parliament for the Chandigarh Parliament in India. Floor lamp, double adjustable emission, in painted aluminium with diffusers matt black and yellow or white and grey and in the new finishing matt black and red. Whitewash internal diffusers. Stem matt grey.
Model : PARLIAMENT LAMP
Designer : LE CORBUSIER
Period : 1963
Dimension : H 170/180 cm – Base : Ø 26 cm
Fun, asymmetrical and radical, where Memphis bold and obtuse geometric shapes, patterns and unlikely juxtapositions meet the elegance of a toned-down color palette.
Model : GOING BACK TO MEMPHIS SHELF
Designer : MPGMD
Editor : MPGMD
Materials : Solid white oak, Russian birch plywood
A sofa that allows the maximum comfort in multiple positions for a single individual or for several people at the same time. Malleable, adaptable to the wishes of the user. The key element is a “smart cushion” that serves as the armrest and backrest, freely adjustable and separately.
Model : STANDARD
Designer : FRANCESCO BINFARE
Editor : EDRA
Dimension : L.200/232 x H.92
“Aloe”, panoramic wallpaper designed by Carla Talopp. Cactus, succulents and luxuriant vegetation make up this contemporary vegetal fantasy. A fascinating XXL vision.
The bottom of sea as imagined by Carla Talopp plunges us into colored depths, where seaweed dances, corals hypnotize and the blue of the ocean is everywhere. Printed on embossed vinyl recalling the artist’s original canvas.
Model : ALOE
Designer : CARLA TALOPP
Editor : PIERRE FREY
Period : 2018
Origin : FRANCE
Inspired by the beautiful and colorful hammocks you can find all over Colombia, the studio designed a deep lounge chair for our Siesta. A welcoming metal structure provides the stability to fix the small seating hammocks. These garden lounge chairs exist in three colorways and textiles produced at a small manufactory in Colombia.
Model : MARACA LOUNGE CHAIR
Designer : SEBASTIAN HERKNER
Period : 2019
Origin : Textiles from Colombia
Dimension : H = 88,5 cm D = 86,7cm
The main experimental focus here is the tuning of these orthogonal chromatic spaces, obtained by measuring and matching colours, shapes and lines.
The observer’s mobile position makes it possible to observe the different interactions between colours, depending on the angle from which they are observed. The intensity of the colours here leaves no rest for the eye, nor for any attempt at definitive fixation.
Model : TOTEMS
Designer : CAROLINE BIA
Period : 2018
Origin : BELGIUM
Dimension : H = 126 cm
Materials : Acryl on wood
Like his Wassily chair, Marcel Breuer’s Laccio Tables are critical to the story of 20th-century design. Breuer’s use of tubular steel to define lines in space beautifully exhibited in these simple nesting tables revolutionised furniture construction and inspired many subsequent generations of designers.
Model : LACCIO
Designer : MARCEL BREUER
Period : 1924
Dimension : Small low table dimensions are 55cm W x 48cm D x 45cm H.
Large low table dimensions are 136cm W x 48cm D x 34cm H.