Saint Luc
2011

Duales, designed for Saint Luc, started with the intention to work with linen fibre. The result is a range of coffee tables and tables playing with the fibre’s implicit duality: it has a discernible quality of warmth and tradition, and yet its shape resembles technologically advanced materials. Duales is eco-created from its production to its shipping and stocking.

Ceccotti Collezioni
2011

As its name suggests, the design is an homage to the Cavour desk of Carlo Mollino, the Italian master who was able to fuse different disciplines and genres together. Following in his footsteps, the approach of this design is functional but also emotional. The richness of the material and the sensuality of the shape embodies the core philosophy of Ceccotti while adding a personal thought to a design masterpiece.

Ceccotti Collezioni
2011

Tsuboniwa gardens are the central point of traditional Japanese houses. They comprise a delicate microcosm, a reinterpretation of the surrounding landscape in the heart of a house. A subtle and fragile link between man and nature, tsuboniwa is a part of the exterior, a small patio, the space necessary to complete our domestic universe by reflecting a total image of the world surrounding it. The Niwa table is inspired by this gesture. The clean edges of the quadrilateral structure house a wooden pebble, an organic and fluid contrast, which seems to escape man’s control, a pebble polished by time and surrounding nature...

Ceccotti Collezioni
2011

The Deriva table conjures memories of a vintage windsurf board found drifting in the Bay of Morlaix.The fabrication process of this circular table with three legs, made in solid American walnut, is intricate and the table’s feet, which have been produced with a 5 axis machine, are assembled meticulously by hand. The relation between traditional and technical know-how are at the core of this project with Ceccotti.