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Antonio Citterio in 10 projects

He is often referred to as the “gentleman on the design scene”. Best-known for his elegant aesthetic, understated and timeless, Antonio Citterio is undoubtedly one of the most famous Italian designers around.


An informal reading nook

Ergonomic and protective, these two monolithic armchairs are the perfect addition to your reading nook. Centre stage, a bookcase redefines the space...


Tesaurus: Maxalto’s new, precious storage pieces

Antonio Citterio’s new storage furniture stands out for top-quality manufacture and precious materials, from marble to wood and parchment too.


Anthracite and rust: outdoor elegance

Our new outdoor living room is inspired by traditional South American textiles: a refined striped fabric in grey and cream, coupled with a splash of the colour rust.


A cheerful living room

Young, fresh and dynamic: a millennial’s living room is a multipurpose space, decorated with a few, brightly coloured pieces.


Clay paintings: Matteo Brioni’s Arazzi

A modular wall surface system in natural clay, composed by one-of-a-kind pieces in an endless variety of styles.

World of accessories

Moka by Alessi, a lease of life for the moka

Are you aware of the timeless moka pot, invented in the thirties by Alfonso Bialetti? David Chipperfiled pays tribute with this geometric reinterpretation.


Morpheus Hotel Macau by Zaha Hadid

One of the last buildings designed by Zaha Hadid, the Morpheus Hotel in Macau is one of the most complex projects of the most forward-thinking architect of the modern era.


The living room moves outdoors

An extra-long sofa, oversized armchairs, ottomans, coffee tables, large cushions and a carpet too: the living room moves outside to enjoy the summer weather...


NikolaTesla by Elica, multitasking kitchen hobs

These top of the line kitchen hobs have an integrated suction hood that doubles as a flame for a Wok as well as a scale, especially designed to weigh all your ingredients directly in the pot.