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The Finishing Toucha


SURFACES & MATERIALS THAT COME TO LIFE, EMBODY THE MARKINGS OF TIME AND REFLECT THE INNATE BEAUTY OF THE FOUND WORLD WE LIVE IN

EMMEMOBILI

A unique and iconic element of great strength, Evolution represents the power of the evolution that the world of wooden furniture has undergone in recent decades.

From the large, hand-carved decorations representing the fine cabinet-making that made the classical style possible in all its richness, to the formal cleanliness of dry, rigorous volumes of a more rationalist, contemporary aesthetic. 

Made combining old and modern woodcraft, the classical side is in solid oak slats, vertically placed and carved by hands. 

LINTELOO

A walk along the wind-swept seashore inspired the creation of the Lowtide coffee table by Dutch designer Roderick Vos. The piece uses a computer-guided milling technique to give the top a ‘handcrafted’ pattern, that resembles the sand structures left on the beach at low tide.⁠

Hand-made in The Netherlands from solid oak, it is available in-store in anthracite or smoked oak finish, in four sizes; 140 x 140, 120 x 120, 120 x 80, or 180 x 120cm.

HENGE

Henge conceives and creates products in which design and the expressive force of natural materials become an organic whole, a combination of space and nature.

Objects that are much more than a piece of furniture: a presence that ages slowly, together with us, day after day, developing that unique patina that only time can create.

Stone's language is the veins, shades of colour and visual and tactile feelings created by nature’s secular work, a manifestation of the divine on earth. Delicate and majestic, cold and warm, ancient and contemporary. 

ALCAROL

For the making of Anchor Twist, Alcarol dove into the waters of the canals of Venice and studied the characteristic environment in which these poles were forged. 

Sculpted by water, salt, shipworms and time, the table is a tribute to this epic submarine struggle that has transcended millennia.

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