The Baxter company was founded in 1990, bringing with it the history of the Bestetti family, which has always been a manufacturer of excellent furniture for the aristocracy and the bourgeoisie. The characteristic on which the brand is based on the constant attention to research combined with an ancient artisan knowledge. The spearhead of the Baxter collections is the sofas made of fine leather.
E la nave va
E la nave va: a sofa inspired by the structure of nautical wooden hulls with an elegant system of exposed slats. Designed by Atelier Oï, Swiss designers with a constructivist approach consistent with the DNA of Alias that favors construction principles over formal design.
Molteni & C
Modern, elegant, and design, the sofas of the Molteni&C collections. They can characterize or complete an environment thanks to classic and simple shapes. Modular sofas, versatile and completely customizable, made with the latest generation materials and technologies.
Molteni & C
Molteni&C. designs modern wall bookcases and functional, elegant and refined embedding centerpiece. Flexible and contemporary bookcase furniture and multimedia systems with an unmistakable design that carries the signatures of prestigious designers such as Jean Nuovel, Dante Bonuccelli, and Nicola Galizia.
Molteni & C
Molteni&C. offers a wide range of tables all united by attention to detail. There are numerous finishes available, both for the structures and for the tops, which are presented with shapes and details that draw inspiration from natural forms, works of art, and different cultures. Among the designers protagonists of these productions: Patricia Urquiola, Foster + Partners, Rodolfo Dordoni.
Molteni & C
The main objective of the Molteni&C. armchairs: to combine functionality and aesthetics to satisfy body and spirit. Mission satisfied also thanks to the collaboration with some of the best designers ever: Gio Ponti with his iconic and versatile creations, Patricia Urquiola, unconventional and witty designer, Jean Nuovel with his aesthetic purity.
USM is a Swiss family-run company since 1885. Known thanks to the USM Haller line, an icon of modernist art and design, permanently exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art in New York since 2001. The company as well as the level of its high-end products is known for its commitment to minimizing the environmental impact recognized by the Greenguard certification.
The Valcucine company expands its offer beyond the kitchen. The living area has always been a true representation of the current way of life and Valcucine offers fluid environments, with variable geometry, wide-ranging thanks to furnishing solutions that replace the walls, separating harmoniously without permanently closing.
Vitra, a German brand characterized by experimentation, quality, and style, was among the first companies to focus on design as a work of art. Each of his creations is designed by international designers: Charles & Ray Eames, Verner Panton, Dorothee Becker, and, again, Ron Arad.
The Kiki sofa: Finnish design with a clean and essential cut with oval steel tubes as a unifying element of the entire Kiki collection. The Kiki sofa, designed by Ilmari Tapiovaara in 1960, features a black lacquered steel frame, seat, and back padded with PI and Dacron foam and upholstered in fabric or leather.
The Crossing table was designed by Patricia Urquiola for an ultra-modern living room. It is part of a collection of the Glas Italia brand, of tables characterized by a crossing of tops in transparent extralight glass in the top as in the legs. The magical pattern of lines and colors, which varies according to the point of view, is rendered by a stratification procedure of the crystals assembled in an offset position.
Bitta is a multifunctional pouf designed by Denis Santachiara for Campeggi. Inspired by the bollard of the ports, it is presented as a design piece that combines irony and functionality. Simplicity and function come together in this small and agile seat which, once opened, inflates itself and becomes a comfortable emergency bed.
Caadre Tv is a mirror with incorporated television. Designed by Philippe Starck for Fiam, it is a perfect combination of classic and technological, style, and quality with the convenience of flat-screen televisions. The Caadre TV mirror is built-in 5 mm semi-reflective glass made up of 4 single curved elements in 6 mm semi-reflective glass. Inside is a 42-inch LCD TV.
A piece of furniture inspired by the works of Venezuelan artist Carlos Cruz-Diez (1923-2019) and his Op Art. Carlo is a wooden sideboard that plays with the viewer: looking at it from the front, its laminate structure gives the idea of a curtain that opens and closes. The viewer is an actor who interacts with the piece of furniture itself, in fact when the point of view changes, he will perceive a color variation.
Solid, luxurious, and contemporary. Barbara is a table with an oval or round marble top and a central base in concrete. Designed by Renato Zamberlan, it is inspired by the works of the sculptor Jocelyn Barbara Hepworth (1903-1975). The sculptural shape, the generous dimensions, and the precious marbles contribute to giving the table a strong personality.
Constellation is a system that combines different shapes and materials in a coffee table inspired by the works of artists Joan Mirò and Alexander Calder. On the metal structure, it is possible to freely combine squares, circles, and semi-ellipses inspired by the conceptual forms of the two artists. The final effect of Luca Nichetto's design is an abstraction of suspended objects: a constellation.
Method a round, simple, and essential table. The Metodo coffee table designed by Leonardo Talarico for MDF immediately catches the eye for its pure and rigorous design, with clean and precise lines, but extremely original. The method develops its shape in space with circles that, placed on different levels, meet to create both the support surface and the entire structure.
A sofa suitable for large spaces characterized by a solid wood structure and deliberately exaggerated proportions. Curry by Piero Lissoni has a pleasantly distorted shape that creates a seat with a sculptural silhouette with a strong graphic impact. A piece of industrial furniture with an artisanal flavor that gives expression to the different creative languages of our time.
Ardea Zanotta is a Bergère model armchair made as a tribute to Carlo Mollino. Base in black-stained wood, steel structure with springing on elastic bands. Padding in nylon, polyurethane, cotton and fiber. It is a functional and pleasant armchair, suitable for relaxation.
The transparent masterpiece by Philippe Starck. The Louis Ghost is a Kartell best-seller that everyone agrees on thanks to its technical excellence, its adaptability, and its being a representative product of innovation and Made in Italy style. Classic in design, but revolutionary in material and finishing. It takes its name and inspiration from the royal style of the time of the French king Louis XV.
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