This edgy piece’s strong aura is dominated by black stained oak. The Chaiselongue rests in itself with no urge to be utilized. This self-confident approach is subtly highlighted by a brass pilaster and a risky marble cantilever. It enters a dialogue with its counterpart by vividly refusing to speak.
Our first collection V33 gathers inspiration from ancient Greek myths, temples and the goddess of love and beauty – Aphrodite. The selection intends to enable a perception of cultic and symbolic objects through a contemporary and highly aesthetic scope. A clear and brutalist formal language sets the common ground on which ageless and modern materials interact. The geometrical designs do not unveil a specific purpose or meaning. Instead, they acclaim an eternal dialogue – between resources, between the objects, between object and viewer. A dialogue in a distinctive and unexpected tone of voice.