Interior and outdoor furnishings
New products for interior and outdoor furnishings with focus on materials
The embroidery Chair: Cappellini 2016 innovation, Johan Lindstèn design
The four seasons are the protagonists of the series of chairs designed by the Swedish designer for the historic Italian brand of interior design.
The new steatite stoves by the MCZ Group
The MCZ Group proposes the application of the soapstone to the new lines of heating systems.
From Moss&Lam, the W1 Tables
Each one is hand cast using scagliola, a method of mixing cementitious plasters and pigments to create a marbleized surface.
L and XL versions for the latest products signed Foscarini
The reinterpretation of Foscarini lighting engineering goes on with L and XL versions, to furnish large spaces maintaining “regular size” products’ values.
DAA presents the small armchair Hen
From surfaces to furniture: even the furnishings signed by the creative duo Angeletti Ruzza are involved in the fabric inspiration.
Opera by Pratic: a bioclimatic design pergola
The structure is designed to meet the principles of bioclimatic architecture in any outside areas.
Alberto Meda signs Tubes Origami
One articulated piece of furniture that aims at flexibility and creates different configurations starting from a curvilinear modular.
A new swimming pool signed i.Blue in Sicily
The pool, covering an area of 32 square meters and reaching a depth of 1.50m, stands out in the external area of a farmhouse of the early '900.
Minacciolo reinterprets English Mood for 2016
The company from Treviso reinterprets the premium shabby-chic collection to make it even more modern.
Daniel Libeskind signs Android, the new Antrax radiator
The new radiator steals the concept to Japanese origami and focuses on sustainability.
From Design Week, Pedrali's 2016 novelties
Four new collections and models that enlarge the existing range of the italian company, conceived by international designers.
Audacious new entries for Roche Bobois A/I 2016
Presented at the exhibit, the innovations of the French company want to surprise with plays of volumes, colors and materials.