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Gianfranco Ferrè: the “Architect of fashion”, icon of the Italian style and genius of geometric patterns and impeccable volumes. His unique creations, perfect summary of class, accuracy and contemporaneity, represent his idea of elegance, able to satisfy that need of comfort, beauty and sense of freedom that enriches life.

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Moroso M'Afrique collection


Seating made using woven threads normally used for fishing nets, the designs are all different and original, like their names. Handwoven,they are human in their perfections and flaws.

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Vondom Chrismy


This was inspired by natural and elegant shapes that climb towards its peak with each to-and-fro movement of its silhouette. Its interior lighting creates a truly enveloping atmosphere to enjoy in different spaces. This is a renewed classic, refined in its timeless modernity, and easily adaptable. Pure visual magic is achieved through its logical continuity.

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Inkiostro Bianco 2017-2018


Inkiostro Bianco is a true laboratory of ideas applied
to design. Our inspirations come from an ongoing
process of research and blending between styles
and creative thoughts.

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Novelties 2017


The essence of Gianfranco Ferré Home collection evokes the atmosphere of the 19th Century England and is inspired by menswear fabrics, such
as “Prince of Wales”, pinstripes and pied-de-poule.



My Turn is a high wingback swivel lounge chair with a metal
base that rotates smoothly through 360º. This inviting chair
is a contemporary take on the traditional wingback - relaxing,
and discreet.

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The Book by Knikerboker


Knikerboker was born after many years of experience in the field of fashion, whose principal aim was the research for elegance and refinement typical of Made in Italy.

The Assembly


A contrast of plush velvet, felt, and linen, the Assembly line brings together clean-lined forms and industrial details, screwing together the parts of a simple but formal seating piece with prominent steel bolts. Placed in multiples throughout a public space, the seats bring to mind overt industrial findings and water pipe connections.