Arches that remind us of Rationalist buildings, in ultralight chairs; spirals that create centerpieces; faceted tops to construct sculptural objects and tables... And marble lamps designed simply with a line, a cube and a sphere

Fyra table in natural oak with a top that is curved and rectangular at the same time, divided into four sectors with visible veins, by Alf DaFré. Gio Chair in solid blanched ash from the Greenkiss collection, designed by Paolo Castelli, Hubert de Malherbe and Thierry Lemaire for Paolo Castelli. Swell I wool-silk carpet from the Reverence Collection by Fernando Mastrangelo for Edward Fields, Tai Ping. Desert Botanica vinyl wallpaper by Studiopepe for Wall&decò.

Paris table lamp designed by Studio Job for Qeeboo, initially produced in a limited edition and now redesigned in terms of forms and materials: in plastic with brass diffuser and gilded base. It represents the Tour Eiffel, an architecture of affection for Studio Job, curved towards the bottom to create a span.

Dab Penguin sculpture in ceramic, created by Vittorio Gennari for Bosa, made with the lowpoly technique, i.e. with a 3D model with a low number of polygons. The gesture of the penguin refers to what sportsmen do after an exceptional performance, as a way to raise awareness of the threat of extinction of penguins.

Lady Hio table with top in extra-light transparent glass, cylindrical and tapered legs in Nero Marquina marble, with attachment plates and feet in brushed gold anodized aluminium, designed by Philippe Starck for Glas Italia. Eclissi lamp with metal stem, cubical base and luminous bulb in Calacatta marble, designed by Eugenio Biselli for Franchi Umberto Marmi.

Super Rock, from the Super Fake collection, carpet in Himalayan wool, silk and cotton fiber, knotted by hand, designed by Bethan Laura Wood for Cc-Tapis. Green Desk, a console with sculptural forms in green lacquered solid wood, by Kiki van Eijk for Exto.

Happylife outdoor modular sofa with essential forms, which can become a divan and counter, in white polyethylene with waterproof fabric cover and padding, designed by Daniele Bedini for Slide. Desert Botanica vinyl wallpaper by Studiopepe for Wall&decò.

Trinity centerpiece, seen from above, in steel colored with black epoxy resin, inspired by the spirals of seashells; the beauty of a natural structure combined with modern production processes. Designed by Adam Cornish for Alessi.

Anna chair with metal structure covered in natural perforated cowhide, made with lasers with steel borders in palladium finish; on the armrests and back 144 symmetrical arches suggest the arcades of the Rome headquarters in EUR of Fendi Casa by Luxury Living Group. Desert Botanica vinyl wallpaper by Studiopepe for Wall&decò.

Photos Paolo Riolzi