Waves. The Waves table with a structure in painted aluminium – sand color or pale bronze on the outside, pewter on the inside – with top in gray smoked glass. Available in four sizes. Designed by Nendo for Minotti. Panis ottoman with structure in polyurethane foam, covered in leather. Design Emanuel Gargano, Anton Cristell, Elisabetta Furin, Rosaria Copeta for Amura.
Oblique bands. Ordinal table with oval, rectangular or square top in natural oak, legs at a 45° angle in solid wood or painted aluminium. Designed by Michael Anastassiades for Cassina. Tra-guardo cupboard in sheet metal, with doors composed of metal bands of different widths, laser-perforated and welded at different angles. Designed by Laudani&Romanelli with Stefano Ragazzo for Da a Italia.
The arch.Uma chair with structure in curved metal, elastic belting, polyurethane filler, 3D removable cover made with different layers and custom quilting. Designed by Francesco Bettoni for Busnelli. Colosseo table-ottoman in rigid polyurethane, painted in 16 glossy colors, available in two sizes: Ø 40 x 45 cm and Ø 50 x 55 cm. Designed by Naoto Fukasawa for B&B Italia.
The hexagon. Panorama chair and ottoman from the collection of upholstered furnishings for various combinations – also a sofa – with structure in wood, elastic belting, polyurethane filler and removable fabric or leather cover. Designed by Fabrice Berrux for Bonaldo. DecoDe sound-absorbing modular wall system in two sizes, made with laser-cut brass, copper or iron, with perforated surfaces in different finishes; internal pad in natural hemp. Designed by Pino Scaglione for De Castelli.
The ribbon.Tape, a modular system of seats, backs, armrests, for various combinations, and small tables. The cladding is done with fabric remnants joined by a polyurethane tape used for sportswear. Suitable for public spaces. Designed by Benjamin Hubert for Moroso. Malmo tables with coated metal structure and wooden tops, in matte or glossy finish, with beveled borders. Available in different forms and heights. Designed by Enrico Besana for Alf DaFré.