Civitas system design by Giulio Iacchetti, stands out for the rationalization of space and the use of primary geometric shapes, following a design approach oriented towards essentiality. The connecting element between tops and columns is a particular aluminum cross profile, which can be enhanced by choosing a chromatic contrast with the rest of the structure.
Eggen is a wooden table of great character, designed by Studio PANG, which takes inspiration from the cabinetmaking mastery of Ega’s local craftsmanship. The characterizing trait is defined by the encounter between the generous cylindrical leg and the parallelepiped top: two solid and pure forms that dialogue together creating an innovative architectural language.
Martini & Dall'Agnol design the Stack chair: original and eclectic, is made up of two elements joined without screws through an innovative hooking system. The compass base is designed for potentially infinite stacking, while the seat design offers a
comfortable seat. The possibility of replacing the shell, choosing between different materials and finishes, allows to renew the product personality, thus extending its life cycle.
Planum is the result of meticulous design process, where every detail has been studied with great care. The idea was designing an object that can be summarized in a few lines, but at the same time open and friendly. Thus, a functional and versatile table was born, intended to unite moments, ideas, and people. Made of solid ash wood and available in four sizes, Planum adapts to different uses, thanks to the wide range of finishes available for the top. From marble to veneered, passing through ceramic, Planum satisfies the most heterogeneous style needs.
Inspired by the Scandinavian chairs of the 50s and 60s, Oslo collects the influences of this era interpreting them in a Midj perspective, design by Franco Poli. The love for wood that characterized that period meets contemporary know-how to give life to an ergonomic and sophisticated design.
An unconventional design by Roberto Paoli, the synthesis of stylistic and aesthetic research. Inspired by art deco trends, Amelie stands out for the balance between sinuous shapes and delicate lines. The vertically extended backrest seems
suspended in space, while the seat widens horizontally and becomes wider than usual, “leaning” on its wiry structure. The result is an armchair with a light bearing, which welcomes and offers enveloping comfort.
Like a hug, Mys welcomes you into a new dimension of comfort. The design by Beatriz Sempere, ergonomically pleasing and characterized by a total absence of edges, is contrasting with the voluminous padding and the slender metal base. A soft and
lively combination, which manages to animate any environment.
Through a clean, light, and functional design, the Fold table has been designed to be a solid solution and at the same time easy to use and assemble.
Design by Gabriele Panciera, the Mug lamp collection draws inspiration from one of the most known trends of recent years: drinking hot take-away drinks. The design is characterized by a body
in blown glass, which encloses the internal components of the lamp, and by an original hide covering.