rgonomic and protective, these two monolithic armchairs are the perfect addition to your reading nook. Centre stage, a bookcase redefines the space thanks to its asymmetric silhouette, transforming books in the main feature of the living room. The outcome is a carefully planned scheme with a relaxed feel that transforms a standard living room into a cosy space, perfect for your time off. For a final touch, footstools and coffee tables help you stretch your legs and drink a cup of tea, diving into the pages of your favourite novel.
A crisp structure, a woven frame in fabric and leather for outdoors: the perfect cocoon-like structure.
ph: armchair Bungalow by Riva 1920 - design Jamie Durie
Lightweight and asymmetric, you are able to assemble this structure as you wish. This bookcase adds visual interest to your living room.
ph: bookcase Freedom by Riva 1920 - design C.R. & S. Riva 1920
A set of three circular, nesting coffee tables is a simple idea and extremely practical too. Timeless.
ph: small tables set Tao by Riva 1920 - design C.R. & S. Riva 1920