The designer's hometown of Lecce inspired Piazza, a tray that faithfully recreates the surfaces and geometrical aspects of the squares there.
Fabio Novembre, an architect who was born in Milan in 1966 and has been practicing since 1992, first gained notoriety for his distinctive designs for the Italian furniture company Cappellini and then for a series of high-profile restaurants, nightclubs, and retail spaces around the world.
Bisazza's New York and Berlin showrooms are two of his most recent and fascinating works; they are two sets that define and solidify his strong and innovative style, based on the impact and fascination strength of the space itself, which is quite magical and feels like a world apart from the rest of the world.
In the 1930s Spindizzies or Tether Cars were miniature racecars built by hobbyists which drove around banked wooden tracks at speeds approaching 150 miles per hour. Incredibly detailed and aerodynamic,...
In honor of the Compasso d'Oro's tenth anniversary, Ptolomeo has been outfitted with warm white LED lighting to highlight the furniture's volumes and create a more luxurious atmosphere. Ptolomeo Luce...