Starting from the Azzulaj piece of the same collection, whose name comes from the roots left in the Iberian Peninsula by the Arabs, the name Adhara appears.
Adhara means "noble" in Hebrew, coming from the name of Adar, the grandson of Benjamin in the Bible. But it also designates the second brightest star in the constellation Great Hound (after Sirius), one of the brightest stars in the night sky. Adhara is derived from Arabic and would originally mean "maiden".
This name appears as deliciously handsome. It has a pleasant sound and a meaning commensurate with the unique and brilliant pieces created for the second collection of Magna Natura.
The Talpa piece of furniture has the ability to distinguish itself from other pieces of furniture in a subtle, luxurious and refined way. The Talpa is a perfect piece of furniture because it adapts to any environment, space and style, leaving no one indifferent.