Accordo

Accordo

Designer
Charlotte Perriand

A space for coming together and conviviality, this rug has been created to host the low table. Hand-knotted rug in pure wool.


Petalo

Petalo

Designer
Charlotte Perriand

From Charlotte Perriand's enthusiasm for the colour comes this system of five occasional tables in which each size is matched to a colour. The table tops, triangular in shape with rounded corners, are lacquered in the colours: red, grey, yellow, green and blue. The sinuous structure, which seems to have been designed with a single stroke of a pencil, is in opaque black metal.


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Plurima

Plurima

Designer
Charlotte Perriand

The alternating volumes and spaces and the chromatically offset vertical units give this bookcase a highly dynamic appearance. It is available in two versions, high and low, with shelves in natural oak and bicolour vertical partitions varnished in black and white. Sliding elements are in satin anodized aluminium.


Ospite

Ospite

Designer
Charlotte Perriand

Table, extendable to the desired length (maximum 300 cm.), by slide-in panels on special support glides.
The table is composed of three elements:
- double trestle in chrome plated steel at one side of the base
- rectangular unit in matt white painted wood, to contain the sliding panels, at the opposite side
- top covered in washable, black special material.


Refolo

Refolo

Designer
Charlotte Perriand

Modular system to be used as a low table, bench or padded unit by simply adding cushions.
The frame is in natural or dark stained oak.
The surface is composed of nineteen laths; there are two support legs, or three (in the version 233 cm.).
The cushions, in polyurethane and polyester wadding, are:
- armrest
- seat
- set of two matching cushions: one seat and one backrest.


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Riflesso

Riflesso

Designer
Charlotte Perriand

Container unit in black painted wood, embossed exterior and bordeaux interior.
Sliding doors in satin-finished aluminium, clear painted.
Interior shelves in satin-finished aluminium, clear painted.
The unit can be wall-fixed by a metal frame or equipped with high or low support feet.


Ombra

Ombra

Designer
Charlotte Perriand

Easy-chair with polished chrome plated or embossed black painted steel frame.
The cushions are loose with removable covers, padding in polyurethane and polyester wadding.


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Ventaglio

Ventaglio

Designer
Charlotte Perriand

Table in natural or black stained oak.
The table top is composed of fourteen staves; the base has three legs.
The special configuration of the top and the leg placement allow dynamic and flexible table usage, also by a greater number of persons with respect to a traditional configuration.


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Lewis Coffee Tables

Lewis Coffee Tables

Designer
Frank Lloyd Wright

Low square tables in natural cherry wood, stained walnut or stained black.


Meyer May Desk

Meyer May Desk

Designer
Frank Lloyd Wright

Writing-desk equipped with two drawers and rack in natural cherry wood, stained walnut or stained black.


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Husser

Husser

Designer
Frank Lloyd Wright

Rectangular table in natural cherry wood, stained walnut or black.
Fret designed on the edge of the top. Four legged base with slats.


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Coonley 2

Coonley 2

Designer
Frank Lloyd Wright

Back chair in natural cherry wood, stained walnut or black.
Seat cushion padded with polyurethane foam and upholstered in leather or fabric.


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Robie 2

Robie 2

Designer
Frank Lloyd Wright

Small square tables in natural cherrywood, cherrywood stained walnut or stained black. Available in two sizes:
- stool/small table cm. 36x36 with wooden top;
- small table cm. 91x91 with wooden or crystal glass top.


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Coonley 1

Coonley 1

Designer
Frank Lloyd Wright

Back chair in natural cherrywood, stained walnut or black.
Seat cushion padded with polyurethane foam and upholstered in leather or fabric.


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Taliesin 2

Taliesin 2

Designer
Frank Lloyd Wright

Rectangular table in natural cherrywood, cherrywood stained walnut or stained black.
Top available in two sizes.


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