The initial design of the Bergère seat grew out of the specific demand of business to present a renewed form of this precise type of seating, which in the memory of furnishings represents the "armchair par excellence."
Seeking a new shape for a non-upholstered seating element, a lounge chair or a chaise longue, the design blossoms from a “cellular” genesis of petals sewn in triangular shapes, creating ample patterns.
Clear oriental inspiration for the collection of tables with tray in the same finishes described, with frames also available in a bright chromed version and designed for casual multipurpose environments.
Lens tables and small tables are the result of a study on the theme of a transparent surface with enhanced depth. The outcome is an attractive combination of two crystals with a special film applied between them.
Like all tables and small tables in the collection, the small Lens bookcase features a back made up of two sheets of glass with a special film inside, which create a clear surface full of depth and a kaleidoscopic effect reminiscent of leadsealed glass façades in 18th century Venetian palaces.