With over 5.000 pieces put on display from traditional tools to machinery, this one-of-a-kind museum was especially created to illustrate to future generations the history of wood manufacture. The museum additionally reminds people that although wood is a renewable source it’s not infinite and therefore, you should use it consciously.
There are certain places around the world that are full of ancestral magic and Iceland is undoubtedly part of this category. A bewitching natural landscape adorns this authentic corner of paradise, harmoniously suspended in oblivion.
The Hugo sunbed differs for its shape, materials and finishes from the standard, in fact it’s a first-rate piece with the same young, sophisticated style of a modern design icon. Extremely comfortable, it’s perfect spending time at the beach or by the poolside.
A cluster of ergonomic armchairs, modular sofas and oversized daybeds occupy living rooms, roof-top terraces and gardens, consequently illustrating the latest style trends for relaxing at home and outdoors...
Fifty years after it was originally designed, Anna Castelli Ferrieri’s iconic Componibili storage cabinet is the first product that Kartell has ever-made with a groundbreaking bioplastic that’s 100% natural.