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Suspended and curvy

The Aví sofa by Jai Jalan has a wraparound shape. The slightly curved seat and backrest favour interaction between people seated nearby. Avì is available in two refined versions, covered with fabric or leather, and has an elegant polished aluminium or bronze finish base.

Extreme elegance, real comfort

Distinguished by very refined and original covers with flounces and tone-on-tone decorative stitching, Britt is available with fabric or leather covers. The sofa stands out for its exceptionally inviting comfort while preserving extremely elegant lines.

Milos is a “happy” island on which to lie down, relax and stretch out

Oval shaped with a removable backrest, it is a convenient cross-over padded element that fits easily into any room, where its informal style blends with the domestic mood. Milos is signed by the well-known designer Marc Sadler.

Soor armchair design by Jai Jalan

Soft and reassuring, delicately poised on a wood and metal support, elegant and regal, Soor has a warm heart.

Koster armchair design by Marc Sadler

Its seat has a dynamic, unstructured shape that dates back to the 50s beautifully harmonising with the contemporary style of any type of architecture.

The soft and curvy headboard Shellon in by Setsu & Shinobu Ito with its irregular, ruffled and fully-removable quilted upholstery comes with a floor-standing bed frame that is also available with a handy storage compartment.

Setsu & Shinobu Ito design

 

The Yori coffee table is inspired by delicate, traditional Japanese bonsai trees. Its structure consists in a matt bronze or gold metal pole fitted with two irregular-shaped shelves. The top one swivels.

Sabi coffee tables have a matt bronze metal structure with a finish in relief and their geometric shapes remind one of the concept of Sabi, typical of Japanese culture to identify opposites.