alster
alster combines innovative design, comfort and an impeccable finish.
amedee
a lumbar cushion which wraps around the seat and comfortably envelops the back, this is the humble intention of this bridge, the self-effacing curves of which allow the table which welcomes it to shine in its own right. various bases are on offer to suit varied contexts.
bendchair
''a chair of perfect proportions.'' this is how peter maly, one of the greatest german designers of his time, defines his product. ''a little like the tuner designed by dieter rams for braun.'' the chair is so perfect one has the impression that it has always existed. it is a score of perfectly harmonious chords, which chimes perfectly with a very broad register of furniture, tables and sideboards. Its proportions are irreproachable, as is the quality of its finish.
bottle geometry
stool in black-stained solid mango-wood.
cimbo
cimbo recalls the spirit of the armchairs/bridges of the 1950's. the round, enveloping back and wide, welcoming seat provide excellent comfort.
circo
as its name suggests, the whole concept of this chair is rooted in softness and roundness: the round legs echo the rounded shape of the back. the integral seat and back, clad in polyurethane foam, presents not a single hard point.
curule
reproduction of a chair designed by pierre paulin at the beginning of the eighties, which was displayed at the musée des arts décoratifs in september 1983.
elsa
chair with base in satin-finish black-stained solid ash; shell in moulded plywood; seat in polyether foam 40 kg/m3, upholstered in a 100% polyester fabric.
ettoriano
available both as a chair and as a bridge, ettoriano offers a contemporary solution which is both discreet and comfortable. the convinced minimalism of the ettoriano chair allies the finesse of its steel base with an all-enveloping one-piece moulded shell.
facett
the magic of facett will touch all those who desire purity, without compromising on the perfection of the design. compare for example the minimalist simplicity of its monolithic form with the ultra-sophisticated work involved in its realisation - in particular the stitching (toning or contrasting), the complexity of which recalls the cutting and shaping of a precious stone, or even the complex folds of origami.
finn
the finn chair is characterised by the extreme fluidity of its form. the seat gives the illusion of being sculpted out of solid wood, being softly curved on planes. the back, with a foam core and fabric surface offers effective and comfortable support.
french line
chair and bridge with a discreet retro charm, ideal for any room in the house (in the bedroom, in the hallway in combination with a pedestal table ... ).
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