Designed by Jonas Wagell
The JWDA Floor Lamp is part of a collection of lighting inspired by traditional oil lamps. Crafted from contrasting materials, the elegant yet bold design is a lesson in refinement and a study in geometry. An elliptical opal glass shade, a slender metal stem, and a rectangular marble base fitted with a dimmer switch come together to create this timeless addition to modern spaces.
Soft, enveloping shapes characterize this family of upholstered pieces. Julep is influenced by the 1950s Avant-Garde movement, drawing upon its simplicity and grandeur, refined by a contemporary, romantic, feminine allure. Star of the series is the sofa, whose generous rounded lines provided evolutionary DNA for the entire collection ? including an armchair, a chaise-longue and […]
The Panorama modular sofa is designed to be an organic fit for any space, be it grand or large. Simply configure and combine its modules exactly as you would like. While its curves allow for it to bring a modern touch to the scenery, its inherent comfort invites the user in for a seat that […]
Erika’s collection started with modern minimalism style and finish with the oriental touch. The unique feature of Erika Slim is the use of new technologies and materials, representative of high-level industrial design. From this approach comes the versatile corner feet in die-casting aluminum, with a recognizable thin conical shape, which provides the products with elegance, […]
The sectional sofa is the theme characterizing typological design since the 90s of last century. Ludovica and Roberto Palomba confront it, emphasizing the sense of suspension from the ground, thanks to a thin metal structure and developing, in the version with terminals, a great peninsula from the gracefully asymmetric shape.
Simple and contemporary lines defines the Lana collection characterized by its versatility. With an upholstered seat and back for comfort and a structure in wood or metal, Lana becomes a perfect piece for any space. The shape of its backrest plays with volumes and intersects with the structure giving it a particularly interesting aspect.