1-Poh (Patchwork Oval Hemisphere) by Raphael Navot for Cappellini, bench made with a patchwork of old and new raw wood pieces, assembled according to a computer-generated scheme sent to a numerically controlled machine that cuts the form in three dimensions.
Prototype. 2- Raymond Table. Table made by the Israeli designer David Amar with worksite boards and metal clamps. At Galleria Rossana Orlandi. 3- The Paesaggi Italiani cabinet by Massimo Morozzi for Edra, reinterpreted by Francesco Binfarè with a solid cut mahogany door and bark on the outer sides. 4- Le Bureau de Paolo by Sam Baron for Secondome Edizioni, desk with drawers built into the legs, made in varnished marine teak by master shipbuilders. Edition of 8 pieces. 5- Woods by Héctor Serrano for Arturo Alvarez, hanging lamp with shade composed of bars of birch from controlled forests. Energy saving light source. 6- Los by Héctor Esrawe for Pirwi, birch plywood screen in a range of finishes. 7- Aei by Chi Wing Lo for Giorgetti, console in Canaletto walnut with drawer and circular tray built into the top. 8- Omaggio by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance for Ceccotti, desk with solid American walnut structure, drawer unit with four drawers, including one in maple, glass top. 9- Detail of the structure of Tartan T by Ferruccio Laviani for Emmemobili, rectangular table composed of panels of plywood, shaped by interlocking, with a range of wood veneers. Extraclear glass top. 10- Thuthu by Patty Johnson for Mabeo, tables and stools in Panga Panga, Masasa, Mukwa or white oak, also with striped paint finish. 11- Inlay, by the Front group for Porro, credenza with inlaid wooden front for a 3D effect, composed of four different natural oak tones. 12- Zero Code by Morelato, hanging module from the component system of the same name, with structure in cherry, doors with strips that form ‘codes’ of different woods (walnut, maple, cherry, tulip). Design Centro Ricerche MAAM. 13- Armadillo by Luis Eslava Studio for LZF, hanging lamp with shade in ‘scales’ of Bolivar Blanco wood.