It’s getting warm in the Western Hemisphere so it’s time to freshen up the interiors…
Contemporary furniture for the modern living with a midcentury and Scandinavian inspiration.
Calming and neutral colors are the protagonists of this living area. Gentle to the touch materials such as velvet and cotton define the mood for a space where contemporary and vintage designs live together to create a relaxing environment.
Scandinavian design inspiration for the everyday, with handcrafted dining furniture and decorative objects made to withstand whatever life throws at them.
We believe that the time has come to expand our attention to the world of interiors overall.
Every year, Salone del Mobile and Fuorisalone bring together thousands of buyers, creatives and design enthusiasts from all over the world and this year was no exception.
Arper’s Aston Club evolves the Aston design to offer sumptuous comfort contained within a striking and elegant gesture.
A beautifully crafted fusion of aesthetics, function and comfort, Carl Hansen & Søn‘s CH72 sofa was first presented in 1952.
Ardea CM by Zanotta is a bergère armchair created for conversation, a tribute to the one designed by Mollino in 1946 for Minola House.
B&B Italia’s Alys bed is a sheet of leather “pinched” in two places at the base: here is where the movement and natural inclination of the bed headboard originates.
Out of all Finn Juhl’s designs, the Pelican Chair was probably the one furthest ahead of its time.
Finn July’s Little Mother sofa is entirely handcrafted, down to the smallest detail. Finn July’s Little Mother sofa is entirely handcrafted, down to the smallest detail. It is constructed in an old-fashioned manner consisting of a solid blind frame and handsewn upholstery.
Icon of Italian design in the 1950s, the Lady armchair designed by Marco Zanuso made history with its breathtakingly modern design.
As part of their Heritage Collection, Italian manufacturer Molteni re-issued the iconic Round D.154.5 chair designed by architect and designer Gio Ponti in 1954.
The Let Lounge Chair by Sebastian Herkner and Fritz Hansen embodies the German designer’s excellent skills and signature aesthetic
Arper’s Steeve is a modern, modular system imagined for the refined home, customizable in a wide range of fabrics, leathers and finishes.
The Scandinavian-inspired structure of the Étiquette sofa by De Padova dialogues with outstanding Italian craftsmanship.
Molteni’s D.859.1 table, designed by Gio Ponti as a meeting table for up to ten people, stands out especially for its simple yet refined design.
Lightweight in form and environmental footprint, Arper’s Kata is designed with circular sustainability at its core.
Flexform’s Tessa chair designed by Antonio Citterio is a complex chair despite its simple form.
The welcoming design, natural material and strong build makes this chair a perfect companion for any dining table and even a work station.
Originally designed in 1958, Carl Hansen & Søn puts Børge Mogensen’s modular Shelving System into production for the very first time.
Herman Miller’s Nelson Thin Edge Bed is as beautiful as it was when first introduced in 1954.
Originally designed in 1950 by George Nelson, Herman Miller reissued the Daybed retaining its original specifications and crafted details
The Carl Hansen & Søn Embrace Lounge Chair consists of a continuously visible wooden structure with a three-piece, rounded back and characteristic legs adding to the overall frame.
Designed with maximum comfort and minimum details, Mags Sofa combines a tight expression with deep seats