Home office

The informal and versatile Nordic study

Neutral and bright tones, sharp and minimal lines: the study plays with a relaxing atmosphere where a balance between colors and volumes creates the perfect atmosphere for working.

Home office

The elegance of graphics in the study

A pairing of black and white designs the living room’s studio with the elegance of graphics, giving the atmosphere a contemporary touch.

Home office

An intimate study/living room

Follow our advice to transform a tiny living room into a multifunctional space to work, study and relax.

Home office

Console table + wall niche = a home office full of charm

A streamlined, wooden console table that rests against the wall, is perfect for the people you want to re-organize a tiny home-office.

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Bold geometries for a kids’ study

In the kids’ study, a white shelf forms an unconventional, fun skyline that then transforms into a desk.

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A contemporary study clad in wood

In warm wood, our new study is furnished with unexpected, unconventional pieces: in the middle of the room there’s an old-school desk, at the side there’s a footstool that resembles a suitcase and a coffee table that is literally an oversized pencil sharpener.

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An open-plan space with a study

This bright loft apartment visually increases the space of the main living area, for maximum freedom. The centre of the room is purposely kept empty...

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The ideal study? Plain, elegant, practical

Mahogany, tobacco, graphite: the more intense earth tones characterize the new contemporary study. Almost monastic austerity combined with refined detailing, the new home office draws inspiration from the forties.

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An old desk for a retro study

This old wooden table, with a weathered look, goes steady with a retro, leather armchair, turning an otherwise distinctly modern living room into an intimate and homely study.

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A retro-inspired study giddy with stripes

A zebra-striped armchair and flooring in zig zag stripes, utilitarian furniture and precious chandeliers...