From objects to icons: the products that have changed your way of furnishing.
The design icons tell us a story we’ll never stop loving. Lounge Chair by Charles and Ray Eames, for example, is not only an armchair; it’s a piece of American culture which represents the optimism of the American Fifties. The unique leather padding is supported by a wooden shell: contemporary style inspired by the traditional English club chair. Neither Arco by FLOS is “just a lamp”; it’s an object combining simplicity, perfection and talent, able to create a suspended light-point. The same goes for the Componibili designed in 1967 by Anna Castelli Ferrieri for Kartell. They’re not “only simple storage unit” available in gold, chrome-plated finish, or in traditional white, red and black colours. They’re timeless icons renowned for their versatility and their new way to work and conceive plastic. Unique is also the vintage charm of the Radiofonografo rr226-O: only a radio and record player, like the original one from 1965.