The living area is the place where style and personality are expressed the most. It is the representative space of the house, where guests are welcomed and one can relax. A cozy and trendy living area needs few design elements that help to embellish the environment and make it elegant, timeless, according to the style of the house. In our Showroom you can choose from bookcases, wall units, armchairs, sofas, décor and furnishing accessories of the major design brands.
The kitchen is the place of the family. The modern kitchen has now become the space of everyday life, where to spend time and share intimate moments. A bright and harmonious place where to cook, eat, or get lost in small talk. The kitchens we offer in our Showroom are among the best design solutions proposed by the biggest brands: Dada, Ernesto Meda, Floritelli and Gaggenau.
You work better in a beautiful environment with attention to detail! The office solutions are many and allow you to furnish work spaces with taste and style. Moreover, the office is an important business card for both a company and a private individual. In our Showroom we study the best solutions to create your work space. Here some of the design brands that we offer: Unifor, Zanotta, Poltrona Frau, Rimadesio, Fiam, Quinti and Knoll.
The night area is the most intimate place in the house and is also the space in which to give free rein to one's tastes. The room must be beautiful, cozy and above all well organized, because it is known that an ordered space is also relaxing and comfortable, therefore ideal for hosting our sleep.
From the unmistakable shape, the Arch lamp designed by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni is produced by Flos since 1962. The lamp is characterized by the particular shape of the stem, supported by the imposing base in white Carrara marble. Inspired by street lamp designs, it is one of the few lamps capable of projecting light from top to bottom without being suspended. How is it made: base in white Carrara marble, steel arm and hat.
Tobia Scarpa, 1973.
Wall or ceiling lamp with diffused light. Diffuser in synthetic fabric. Wall connection in polyamide loaded with 30% glass fiber.
Varnished aluminium hanging LED lamp. Opening out of a slim disk are fluttering spirals, which fall gently downwards, creating magical effects of form and light.
Created by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni in 1958, Taccia was initially conceived in plastic material. The Castiglioni brothers believed that Kartell would know how to make it, since Kartell already used this material in its products. The experiment, however, failed due to the deformations generated by the heat of the incandescent bulb on the plastic. It was Flos who, starting in 1962, put it into production, replacing the material of the initial design with aluminum for the reflector and transparent glass for the diffuser. How is it made: Aluminum reflector and clear glass diffuser.
A design classic updated to the highest contemporary technology.
It is 1964 when the two designers Zanuso and Sapper put on the market the first Radio Cubo, a portable radio that does not provide for either power sockets or headphone output. The first model is only orange and has the classic lines of Italian design of the 60s. Over time many versions of Radio Cubo were produced, up to the current one. Available in four colors that express its personality, with Bluetooth to connect to different devices (computer, iPod, iPad etc), FM radio and alarm clock with customisable ringtones.
In 1953 Charles and Ray Eames designed this colorful and fun coat hanger, initially designed for the children's room. In fact, the colored balls that emerge from the metal base also stimulate the children to tidy up. But soon, the object that can be replicated on the same wall according to need, becomes a design icon, a timeless object for everyone because the spheres are ideal for truly hanging everything. In 2012, for the 100-year anniversary of the death of Ray Eames Vitra, who has always produced Hang it All, three new colors were brought out, red, green and white, to adapt to any type of environment. Moreover, Hang it All is considered an object of "useful art".
Inspired throughout his career by folk art, Alexandre Girard initially designed these wooden dolls for his house in Santa Fe in 1962.
The intent was to create an object with an effect halfway between a decorative element and a toy. These dolls initially conceived only for private use were then marketed by Vitra keeping up with Girard's original realization. Each doll is made of engraved pine wood and colored entirely by hand. A design object able to give pleasure and charm to any environment.
The iconic little bird appears for the first time in the shooting of Charles Eames to advertise his Wire Chairs. From that moment the object becomes famous all over the world. Not everyone knows, however, that it was not the Eames who designed the statuette, but they bought it on one of their trips to the workshop of Charles Perdew, an Illinois craftsman who made calls and traps with simple, folkloristic shapes.
Since 2007 Vitra reproduces the little bird to bring it to the general public. Every lover of décor adores the versatility of this cult object, which adapts perfectly to any space of the house.