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Project:
Zafra lounge chairs

Client: Marmo
Date: 2016
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Lounge chairs to lose oneself into, where so - ness and solidity meet in our signature blend of wood, metal and upholstery. We drew Zafra picturing the pleasure of sinking into its enveloping shape when at home or in a cafe, forged care- fully combining a metal frame and bent wood laminas, all wrapped in warm flannels. The unassuming design includes padded arm stands, comes in different versions with or without head rest and can be paired with a pillowed footstool for a truly immersive experience.
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Project:
Mova seating collection

Client: Marmo
Date: 2016
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A seating collection we designed with timelessness in mind, and basic, organic contours that aspire to become a new classic. Our struggle for simplicity reached a pinnacle in Mova, whose thread-like forms are a result of never ending streamlining, all without compromising stability and comfort thanks to the tubular structure gently upholstered throughout the shape. Mova is available for di erent settings, as a lower lounge chair, a domestic dining seat, or a lo ier counter stool for restaurants or bars.
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Etna upholstery collection

Client: Marmo
Date: 2015
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The slouchiest upholstery range, made en- thralling through our use of plump curves and a delicate balance of materials. The Etna pieces are polished sculptures of cloaked foam, erected through lithe feet of solid oak or walnut timber. Yet enjoyment was a primary regard as we designed shapes for all settings, from the meditative armchair to double or triple-seaters and expansive sofas. We finally added a coffee table topped with a glaze of marble and a wooden lid uncovering ample storage space.
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Project:
Ottimo collection

Client: Marmo
Date: 2016
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A series of tables and storage units that hint to futurism, through geometric details balanced by our trademark minimalistic silhouette. Ottimo epitomizes our brand: simple and effortless as a whole, yet concealing complex cra and details. We expressed this contrast with trans- parent glass tops revealing abstract webs of metal frames coated in chrome, bronze or matt. Aside tables in the most diverse shapes, we also imagined an array of storage units in different sizes, all chiefly carved out of solid wood.
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Project:
Pli seating collection

Client: Marmo
Date: 2016
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A compact chair that we strived to render feather-weight with an aluminum build and nimble, essential curves. Utility and decorativeness are two values that we equally uphold in our creations, and expressed at best in this simple yet elegant design. We calculated the ne balance of metal and bent wood sheets to achieve a graceful line without burdening the structure, cushioning the surfaces with pastel fabrics for an airier look. Pli is stackable and imagined for rooms or public spaces of all sizes and shapes.
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Project:
Loop collection

Client: Marmo
Date: 2015
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A series of sinuous chairs, tables and lamps designed to furnish our ideal kind of lounge: cozy, stylish and embracing. Our chairs com- bine a whimsical tangle of metallic tube as structure with a sensuous, well padded seat and back for maximum comfort. Bulging lines also de ne the tables, with soft-edged oval or triangles tops in solid wood. We completed the collection with ceiling and floor lamps where thin, slender bodies pinnacle in bulbous paper lamp- shades for an unobtrusive and di used glare.
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Luka collection

Client: Parkalia
Date: 2015
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Comprising multiple pieces to match any usage and setting, Luka's unique triangular frame make quite the design statement.
With rounded corners and cushioned comfort, the collection boasts more than just great looks: not only are chairs stackable, the family sized dining table is also available with a wooden-slat top.
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Project:
Taranta collection

Client: Starway
Date: 2015
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Apollo collection

Client: Parkalia
Date: 2016
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Supported by robust aluminium frames, sling mesh covers in neutral hues lend Apollo a natural tone is that is perfectly in keeping with the great outdoors. Organic shapes, gentle curves and subtle tapering lend this versatile collection an unmistakably contemporary feel.
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Project:
Diagonal collection

Client: Parkalia
Date: 2016
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Inspired by the utility and simplicity of modernism, the beauty of Diagonal collection is in the details. Furniture’s aluminium frames feature striking angled supports, gently curved corners, and comfortable slung seating. Armrests are finished with a touch of wood for sensory variety.
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Project:
Monte

Client: Marmo
Date: 2015
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Multifunction ottomans and tables to embody our idea of graceful contrasts: a so upholstered core caged in a metal frame. We took our romance with tubes to blissful extents as we imagined bolstered shapes wrapped in pipe-like structures that come in six different matt or glossy finishes. The pieces are covered with a double-sided panel so they can be used as poufs or tables, and have ample inside storage so they are a perfect complement to all types of private or public rooms.
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Project:
Kota collection

Client: Parkalia
Date: 2017
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Project:
Viba collection

Client: Parkalia
Date: 2017
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Project:
Tundra lounge

Client: Marmo
Date: 2017
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An upholstered chair with wooden feet where materials blend organically as if carved from a unique, encompassing form. Achieving such a natural shape was no easy feat, as we molded the body from cold-cured foam and lathed the legs from a single block of wood. The seat is low and the sides form a semicircle, enveloping the users as they sink into the deep removable cushion. The combination of muted fabrics and dark timber make Tundra as soothing to stare at as it is inviting to sit on.
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Project:
Pony chair

Client: Starway
Date: 2015
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Project:
Luna collection

Client: Parkalia
Date: 2017
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Project:
Table

Client: Personal production
Date: 2007
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Table is produced out of one panel of plywood with a simple cut made with a CNC machine. Its particular design allows a drastic reduction of energy consumption for production. It may be used both inside and outside.
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Project:
Party coatstand

Client: Starway
Date: 2015
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Project:
Oxford city bike

Client: Made.com
Date: 2012
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City bikes designed for Made.com
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Project:
Tourer GT foldable bike

Client: Made.com
Date: 2012
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Foldable city bike designed for Made.com
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Project:
Cantone mirrors

Client: Marmo
Date: 2016
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A line of mirrors that we encased in bare curved tubes, so to highlight just the shapes they reflect. We celebrated 1970s design in choosing antiquated coatings for the outer metal structure that characterizes the collection. Square or round detachable mirrors complete the evocative look for versatile and makeup-proof usage. There is a shelved wall version with mellow wooden details, while the floor mirror has a back rack so functionality and elegance can truly go hand in hand.
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Project:
Nube coatstand

Client: Marmo
Date: 2016
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Project:
Loop

Client: Marmo
Date: 2015
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Nube Lamps

Client: Marmo
Date: 2016
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Project:
Madama lamps

Client: Marmo
Date: 2016
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Project:
Marmo exhibition Shanghai Furniture Fair 2016

Client: Marmo
Date: 2016
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Parkalia exhibition Spoga+Gafa 2017

Client: Parkalia
Date: 2017
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Marmo exhibition Shanghai Furniture Fair 2017

Client: Marmo
Date: 2017
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Project:
Marmo branding

Client: Marmo
Date: 2015
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Brand positioning, conceptualization, coordination and development. Naming. Product and exhibition strategy. Visual coordination including corporate identity and photography direction. Storytelling development.
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Project:
Parkalia branding

Client: Parkalia
Date: 2016
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Brand positioning, conceptualization, coordination and development. Naming. Product and exhibition strategy. Visual coordination including corporate identity and photography direction. Storytelling development.
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