Half a Square, table by Michael Anastassiades for Molteni&C, with structural frame in green satin-finish aluminium, triangular joint in brass finish, top in Verde Alpi marble. Prism Low, a small table in walnut inlaid with strips of aluminium, designed by david/nicolas for Gallotti&Radice. Revolver ceramic cup by Christoph Radl for Bitossi.
Lazybones chair with ultra-compact volumes that combine curved lines and geometric planes, in Nabuck Flesh and Kashmir Azure leather, by Studiopepe for Baxter. Patcha Runner Grey graphic carpet in recycled silk and wool, obtained by juxtaposing different pieces, each with its own thickness and color, assembled like a collage, by Patricia Urquiola for CC-Tapis.
On the top in Verde Alpi marble of the Half a Square table by Michael Anastassiades for Molteni&C, from left, the Colonne totem-vase by Quincoces-Dragò in ceramic with different finishes, and Clay by Formafantasma in matte white glazed ceramic, both from Bitossi. In wood, the work 005900177 by Fulvio Morella, a single block of maple, 2018.
Q/Wood chair by Philippe Starck from the Smart Wood collection for Kartell, with monoblock shell in curved wood and plastic seat. Prisma, a rigorous geometric chair by Armani/Casa, with structure in honey-tone brushed ash staves, padded seat covered in Piacenza fabric, from the Armani/Casa Exclusive Textiles collection by Rubelli.
Broken Bench, in ‘soft cement’ made of polyurethane and supported by feet resembling the traditional girders used in construction, in very strong plastic composite, by Snarkitecture for Gufram. Tidal Chroma Spill carpet by Germans Ermics for CC-Tapis, in cotton and Himalaya wool, combined with monochrome shading effects.
Accademia bookcase in basalt gray Cimento® with birch shelves, by Studio 63 for Cimento. Kangaroo, Hommage à Pierre Jeanneret, Cassina I Contemporanei collection, chair in black-stained solid oak, seat and back in woven Vienna straw, Cassina. On the wall, Mineralia wallpaper by Gio Tirotto for Wall&decò, available in vinyl and on an eco-friendly support.
Five to Nine daybed by Studiopepe for Tacchini with rounded forms for the base, in anthracite-colored open-pore coated wood, turned legs, cushions and back roll covered in teal-color mohair velvet and circular table inserted between the roll cushions, gray cement finish. In various configurations, also with armrests and backs in two sizes.
Raiz, halfway between a console and a table, with structure in certified Brazilian wood and top in Marwoolux, a material made from scraps of marble and wood that reproduces the grain of marble, by Patricia Urquiola for Etel. Mono, bud vases with rounded forms in fine Verde Alpi, Rosa Perlino and Cipollino marble, designed by Elisa Ossino for Salvatori. Fall to Pieces vinyl wallpaper, seen on the floor in the photo, by Studiopepe for Wall&decò.
Photos Paolo Riolzi