Tiny, quaint, retro-inspired and deliciously avant-garde: this is our favourite bedside lamp. With Leds and rechargeable batteries, it’s perfect to light up every corner of the home.
When closed, it's a cupboard with a sartorial elegance and when open, it's a compact workstation that follows you around the home. What else could a dream workstation need?
Two Dutch designers have contributed to create this exclusive piece that combines tradition and modernity; this is a new version of the iconic Beguel chair. Originally designed by Gerrit T. Rietveld in 1927, Joost Swarte has created a limited-edition piece in time for Christmas.
Do you remember the Roman blinds that were so popular during the eighties? Well, they have made a comeback, ready to revolutionise the home décor scene...
We are aware that design often communicates new stylistic messages as well as anticipating future trends. Although, it’s not often that an iconic chair from the fifties becomes the new muse of contemporary design...
Environmentally conscious, a contemporary aesthetic and a functional design. What if we told you that we have found a kitchen that satisfies all these requirements? It’s so attractive and innovative, it appears to have been especially made for our personal wellbeing.
From modern icon to collector's item destined to last in time: the famous bookcase in white plastic with a honeycomb-like, perforated structure designed by the brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Cappellini is brought back as a sculptural piece, the result of superior joinery. “I would like to go back, and this is a political and ethical choice as well, to the origins of our work, doing things by hand (…)” Erwan said as regards to his new projects.