Design and technological innovation have always been at the heart of our research. Below few examples of boundaries that have been crossed by our brave makers.
25 is an archetypical table, absolutely essential, designed by Fattorini+Rizzini+Partners. An avant-garde table, awarded in 2014 with the "Compasso d'Oro", probably the most authoritative design award in the world.
Verve comes from the idea to combine multiple functions in one piece. The "less is more" applied to the kitchen design in a mix of technology and entertainment. Design by Minimal.
For this project, Bartoli Design happily drew upon the experience of Presot in the haute couture sector, and the visible stitching is a clear reference to that world. The tie-rod device at the back ensures the tension won't be lost over the years. For more details about the amazing "1085 Edition", please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Boiacca fascinates and amazes at first sight, mainly because of the material it is made of. Its achievement truly represents innovation in design and technology. Design by LucidiPevere.
THE "TECHNICAL" CHAIR
Compas is a fine piece of furniture. The aluminium frame, the polypropylene seat and the removable polyurethane cushion perfectly merge into each other. Design by Patrick Norguet.
THE SMART BED
Unlike traditional hideaway beds, Joy is without any frame, so it looks like a traditional bed once opened. Design by Giulio Manzoni.
Essential and light, Sail lets the images be the protagonists and, when everything is turned off, it becomes a sophisticated and elegant graphic sign. Design by Caronni & Bonanomi.
THIN TABLE TOP
Thin-K challenges the gravity. Only 6mm thick, the top looks like floating in the air. Design by Luciano Bertoncini.
THE ESSENTIAL CHAIR
A few lines characterise Good, a finest example of the Italian workmanship. Design by Benedini Associati.
Double Me is a shelving system consisting in a frame made of steel with sliding units that run on an innovative mechanism of ball bearings, patented by Desalto. Design by Arik Levy.
MODULARITY TO THE EXTREME
Ananta Class, a name which evokes the idea of infinity, is free from the constraints of armrests and backrests, so the seat can be arranged to suit any individual needs in any different space. Design by Sergio Bicego.
THE BED SYSTEM
Groove is the bed where the traditional headboard disappears and leaves the space to a multifunctional hanging bar. Design by Monica Graffeo.
THE MAKING OF HOLO
Holo is a table featuring an original metal base with an oval hole, softly shaped by a process that involves many moulding and bending phases. A great combination of design and technology designed by Kansaku Oshiro for Kristalia.
SOFTER THAN STEEL
By adding flipped, bent and wrapped details to metal sheets and rods, the ordinarily hard metal gains news functionality. Collection designed by Nendo for Desalto.
Camerino means small room and it's the name of a smart system which mixes the open closets to conventional wardrobes. Design by Caccaro.
A MINIMAL BED
Infolio represents a minimal gesture supported by the finest engineering. One continuos line draws the shape of the headboard. Design by Caccaro.
The uptown and downtown of New York embodied by the back and front of the cushions that can flip around revealing two different characters. Design by Sergio Bicego.
Bridge is a minimalist coffe table made of Doluflex®, an innovative technology based on honeycomb structured aluminium finished with a variety of laminated coatings. Design by Emoh.
THE WALL TABLE
Clematis is an innovative suspension system that incorporates all the functions required for a modern wall table, with the possibility of having extractions on the top. Design by Emoh.