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Lago, collection LagoLinea - design Daniele Lago

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n the kids’ study, a white shelf forms an unconventional, fun skyline that then transforms into a desk. In the centre of the room however, a cuboid in lemon-yellow and an ultra-soft carpet create an oasis for relaxation that adds a fun touch, thanks as well to tiny square windows dispersed on the wall. All the details have been planned to keep everything in order, although the unruly toys and books defy the rigour of the room: with corners and impromptu steps, the shelves create a dynamic, vibrant feel.

Style details

A geometric shelf.

Simple yet characterful, this shelf creates an asymmetric freeze on the wall, adding a fun touch.

ph: system LagoLinea by Lago

A padded cuboid.

This is a young, practical alternative to a standard armchair or an ottoman. This playful piece isn’t afraid to be knocked around.

ph: bench Obeliscus by Lago

A maxi-basket.

It’s the perfect quick storage solution for building bricks and soft toys.

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