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 table series brings functionality to the everyday through its shelf that is framed by distinctive borders and can be used to display and store everyday objects, books, magazines, stationary items or even decorative objects.
Absolute purity with generous seating dimensions, the XL armchair can be set in any space and will sit well in very diverse interiors. The flat metal base is in complete harmony with the fine profile of the seat and back.
Split expresses an elegant, immediately recognisable character, aside from its size, form and colour that lend coherence to the most diverse solutions and compositions in any given space. This is the concept behind the Split collection, a complete system of tables for both the home and contract interior, available in four different forms: coffee table, […]
Carefully designed shapes and sizes for all-round comfort: this is the guiding principle behind the Montevideo sofa. Armrests and backrest trace a soft and cozy outline, complete with feather cushions supporting your lower back. Ergonomic and elegant, the Montevideo sofa is also paired with a matching armchair.
Snug and cosy, like the sweet refuge of an embrace, Shelter draws its inspiration from a design that has gone down in the history of modern seating: the Egg armchair designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1958 for the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. Following in the footsteps of this iconic design, and above all echoing the […]