Name: A to Z
Name: Z to A
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Price: High to Low
Stackable low table in saddle-leather.
Classic mirror with metal frame.
Stools and tables which are cute and humorous but with one eye on functionality, thought up to furnish every setting imaginable.
Compact home bar unit comprising three cupboards in two different sizes.
Besides being a practical trolley with a striking combination of plastic and metal components, Battista is an all-out extendible and folding table, ideal for buffets and aperitifs or as a small single table.
The bong table is not only a functional indoor/outdoor object of timeless proportions, but also a conversation piece.
An artist's creativity combined with a great company’s technology results in to a bookcase design of industrial scale that can rightfully be considered the world’s most daring and revolutionary: Bookworm, the flexible bookshelf.
Natural barked hornbeam trunk section.
Bookcase or side table designed by Marelli & Molteni in solid canaletta walnut.
The historical version of the Componibili, dresses with new design prints and vintage rarities, thanks to LaDoubleJ. of J.J. Martin.
Modular elements were designed to meet various needs and to fit into any room in your home: bathroom, bedroom, kitchen or living room.
The timeless classic acquires a playful new interpretation that fits perfectly into children’s spaces.
Coat hanger in natural melange rattan core, desigend by Michael Sodeau for Gervasoni, available in different colors.
An openwork design obtained by water cutting. The sheet steel multipurpose small tables can “slide” on the floor when moved and can be partly superimposed to sofa seats or bed mattresses.
Wall bookcase/wine rack in lacquered steel or in polished stainless steel.
Writing desk with drawers designed by Antonio Citterio.
Kartell brings transparency to the world of trolleys too and thus we have Flip, the folding trolley which combines the transparent plastic surfaces of the trays with a metal frame.
A sudden puff of wind ruffles the pages of a newspaper. The creative inspiration takes wing thus for the new magazine rack designed by the Swedish team, Front, for Kartell.