Iconic trolleys on wheels, extensible transparent tables, folding sculptural chairs… furniture in motion

Sicla rocking chair in black steel with polypropylene shell, available in 6 colors and with an upholstered seat, by Claus Breinholt for Infiniti. Babele, designed by Matteo Nunziati, rotating bookcase with four shelves and structure in anodic bronze and coffee-color oak, with LED lighting built into the central column that functions as the axis of rotation, Natevo/Flou.

Kensington swivel lounge chair with enveloping lines, shell outfitted with large armrests, base in pewter-finish steel, removable fabric or leather cover, designed by Rodolfo Dordoni for Molteni&C.

Todo Modo sofa system with completely reversible rotating cylindrical back. Designed by Jean-Michel Wilmotte and produced by Tecno, the piece was born in 1993 for the Louvre, with the aim of permitting viewing of works of art on all sides. Structure in wood and metal, exposed metal parts in gunmetal color, covered in fabric or leather.

Boby, the iconic tower cabinet designed by Joe Colombo in 1970, with structure in ABS composed of drawer and shelf modules, on 5 wheels; available in 4 heights and 8 colors, from B-Line. Rio R50 rocking chair, a tribute to the historic Rio model now marking its 50th anniversary, designed by Emanuel Gargano and Anton Cristell. Structure in steel tubing, on which to apply a screen of steel electrowelded metal rod, from Emu.

Ypsilon, Jorge Pensi Design Studio, table on wheels with die-cast aluminium base and black laminated top. The surface can be folded and the unit stored with the top perpendicular to the ground, thanks to a patented mechanism composed of two red release handles; Pedrali. Förnyad, beech trolley with wheels and tops with borders in colored sheet metal, inspired by Darcel Disappoints, the imaginary character from New York, Ikea.

Suno cot with Iroko wood staves, on large wheels, with adjustable back, designed by Johan Lindstèn for Potocco. Dress Code table lamp composed of interchangeable parts, from the jointed head with LED light source to the arm, also joined, all the way to the circular base, available in five colors, designed by Mirco Crosatto for Linea Light Group.

Berlin extensible table with structure in matte black square metal tubing and top in transparent glass, designed by Archirivolto for Calligaris. Sawaru, lamp composed of two independent cylinders in black aluminium that meet in a perpendicular arrangement: one is luminous, the other serves as a base. The angle of the light can be adjusted in three positions by inserting a pin attached on the base. Designed by Nendo for Flos.

50250, a reissue of the folding chair by Adriano and Paolo Suman from the 1980s, in solid beech and polished-finish plywood; the base has four wheels for easy movement. By Giorgetti.

Photos Paolo Riolzi