Designed by Christophe Delcourt
Sky collection is a sculptural yet functional piece.
Structure in stainless steel plated burnished brass
W1000 x D1000 x H380 mm
W1200 x D1200 x H380 mm
Table Tao is the quintessential of the French designer, Christophe Delcourt’s work, it is an homage to the spirit and the possibilities of wood. Sculptural, they define space as much as they are born from a subtle balance of intricate shapes of solid wood. Of infinite elegance, the tables offer a play on matter itself, […]
Beyond their clean design, the round and rectangular SUI tables celebrate the beauty and magnificence of a large piece of wood. The beautifully polished finish along with the strong and innovative design of the legs remain harmonious in both shapes, allowing SUI to be a key-piece in any living space.
Design and craftsmanship defines the Noa armchair. The crisp tailored leather back bends over to the side embracing the plush back and roomy seat, comfortable yet compact.
Ovo is both a contradiction and fusion of force._ It is more than a piece of furniture._ OVO is a statue filled with philosophy ? a tasteful furnishing with multiple functions._
Angle’s collection of accent table collection with fine table top set on a slim metal base. The rounded top corner and the metal structure creates a set of unique angles. The designer plays with those angles and the negative space to achieve the light yet sturdy look. It is balanced, decorative and timeless.
A complete collection of coffee tables and consoles that allows to create original compositions in the living area. The ceramic tops, offered in a wide range including marble-effect ceramics, mirror, frosted mirror or Materia, are perfectly and naturally completed by the minimalism of the metal structure.
The substantial semi-cylinder leg joint the slim stone top to complement a round shape top, the Ratio side table is both sturdy and elegant. Featuring multiple materials that adds details and highlight to this piece.
Nara metamorphosis, transformation there are many ways that draw designers to invent forms from nature, imagining new scenarios. Nara is inspired by a decontextualized leaf to make your life easy.