Pleyel
2012

Monk combines the Buddhist tradition with French craftsmanship in an object of wonder and mystery. Its shape is inspired by the bowls of the Tibetan monks, as is the use of copper to line the interior. Just as the Tibetan bowls would make a sound to induce meditation, the light in Monk reverberates on the sheet copper.

Bernhardt Design
2012

Chiara was conceived as a simple chair and with a line almost fading away. Its shape and form are as discreet and well-proportioned as a piece of sculpture.

Marcel by
2012

Bamby questions the visual perception of furniture. Face on, it’s a classical chair with a solid wood structure firmly planted on the ground; from a different viewpoint, Bamby reveals a slender and ethereal profile with its tilted rear feet which suspend the seat in the air: just like a leaf delicately placed on a dynamic structure.

Ceccotti Collezioni
2012

Stella is a multipurpose sideboard made in American walnut and designed for Ceccotti. Stella's lightweight appearance masks its robust wood structure*. It is made lovingly with a very labour-intensive process of top Italian craftsmanship. Simplicity is the most difficult of all concepts.