Opt for the timeless charm of an icon and furnish your space with pieces that have made design history. This includes unforgettable works like the 1962 Arco lamp with its curved stem and marble base, designed for Flos by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni. The Castiglioni brothers also signed the 1960 Gatto lamp, which takes its shape from resin sprayed onto the metal frame. The Poltrona Frau pieces are equally iconic: the unmistakable Vanity Fair; the Archibald; the 1919 Bergere by Renzo Frau; and the 1954 Letizia armchair created by Gastone Rinaldi, originally titled DU 55P. The geometric shapes of Atollo, the table lamp designed by Vico Magistretti for Oluce in 1977, offer unmistakable suffused lighting. The hemispherical top section is almost suspended on the cylindrical base for a subtle and evocative lighting effect. The Sacco armchair, designed by Piero Gatti, Cesare Paolini and Franco Teodoro in 1968, is a non-conformist pop masterpiece. The designers presented Aurelio Zanotta with a real plastic sack padded with semi-expanded polystyrene pellets capable of accommodating any seating position. And there's more: Bilia (1932) by Gio Ponti for FontanaArte; Eclisse (1967) by Vico Magistretti for Artemide, and the iconic Magis by Alessandro Mendini featuring the colors of Proust. Discover the entire collection and enjoy the highlights of design history!