ZAZA by Kenneth Cobonpue

With its dramatic plume and generous scale, Zaza is clearly not your typical chair. A whimsical take on nature, the seemingly delicate fronds wrapped in microfiber not only provide supple yet ample support, but a theatrical backdrop as Zaza injects a playful element to any room. Kenneth Cobonpue

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Babilonia by Artemide

The geometry of the disc’s section works in view of balancing light extraction to ensure even emission throughout its thickness, so as to produce a virtual enlargement of the source. The geometry of the optical prisms of the section becomes a graphic sign of light, each functional element is processed to turn into an emotional element, the look matches with the innovative optical technology. The result is an object that is almost invisible – being transparent when turned off – yet surprising when it comes to life through light, and capable to improve environmental quality. Designer: Maurizio Scutella. Artemide

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Anda by JANUS et Cie

The distinguished design of the Fibonacci Anda Lounge Chair is inspired by its famous eponymous geometric sequence found in natural forms. Anda’s exposed articulate metalwork supports the body in a gentle recline. The dramatic wingtips form by the drape of material span and unfurl to the floor. Designer: Gabellini Sheppard.  JANUS et Cie

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Lunetta by Antonio Lupi

Lunetta is a bathtub modelled on its dual role, as it is a bathtub and a shower. Its size and sculptural shape favour its free installation within environments of any size. The different curves of its profile let us imagine a comfortable entrance and an enveloping seat. Its original ovoid geometry is pure and shaped, emptied and manipulated to almost disappear and take on the profile of a shell of a sinuous asymmetrical line, reminiscent of the moon phases, depending on one’s point of view. Designer: Cosetta Muggianu. Antonio Lupi

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