With divisions in Europe and America, this design firm was founded in 2001 to combine the best of traditional Italian design with modern innovation. Quilted fabric, plush cushions, and a textural application of unexpected materials augment the clean, elegant lines of their upholstery collections. Their tables, occasional pieces, and outdoor collections achieve a similar look.
Utilitarianism was a defining precept of Midcentury Modern design, which is best known for its low, clean lines and unfussy forms. Inspired by that spirit, we've assembled a collection of lighting, chairs, sofas, and consoles that were made in its image. We've even found a few bona fide vintage designs, like the quirky, Weinberg-style atomic clock.
With twinkling transparency, glass and Lucite furniture fill a space with light and give an illusion of invisibility, which makes them particularly suited to small spaces. Or, if your home is overloaded with heavy materials, like wood-framed furniture or stone-topped tables, choose Lucite as a crystalline antidote to darkness.