Uniquely shaped, with a structure in black or white epoxy lacquered steel, the Salam and Meida tables are inspired by traditional tea tables. They invite the user on an immobile journey, a moment of stillness.
Originally designed for a hotel in Marrakech, Ottoman is inspired by the traditional Moroccan footstool. The pattern contributes to the comfort of the seating and adds a visual contrast in the two-color version. The sofa maintains a tension between the strictness of geometrical lines and its softness.
Curves, details and topstitching tell a story of rich know-how while evoking the sensuality and strength of the animal and vegetation world through a combination of leather and fluid shapes. The duality of strength and softness is the image of the object itself.
Derby goes back to the heritage of saddles, to craftsmanship and solitary getaways. The armchair, upholstered in saddle leather - which incorporates the supple richness of full grain leather - uses traditional materials and techniques to mirror the passage of time.