Designed originally for DOLCE and GABBANA, The UFO table is a luxurious, sculptural piece. Its size is customisable from a wow reception table to a WOW boardroom table. Dimensions: Various Delivery time: 16 weeks Applications: High end residential and contract Variations: Dining and coffee table height Finish: Tops: Oak / Oak stained / Wenge, Underside […]
November 21st, 2008
Designed originally for DOLCE and GABBANA, The UFO table is a luxurious, sculptural piece. Its size is customisable from a wow reception table to a WOW boardroom table.
Delivery time: 16 weeks
Applications: High end residential and contract
Variations: Dining and coffee table height
Finish: Tops: Oak / Oak stained / Wenge, Underside and Base Matt or Laquered
Manufacturer: Emmemobili, www.emmemobili.it
Designer: Ferruccio Laviani, www.laviani.com
Keep up to date with the latest and greatest from our industry BFF's!
The new terminal interiors at the Hamilton Kirikiriroa Airport celebrate the beauty to be found in transition and a connection to the local identity of New Zealand.
Explore the captivating realm of molo, the world-renowned design studio led by Stephanie Forsythe and Todd MacAllen. molo’s acclaimed soft collection celebrates a unique fusion of art, design, and architecture and – crucially – sustainability.
Didier studio celebrates the harmony of democratic design and understated utility with the Gunzel seating and table collection.
Lizzy Stageman blends ancestral wisdom with artistry to reveal grand life stories in her contemporary Aboriginal designs. ‘Finding My Place’ transforms her original art into captivating commercial textiles, wall coverings & acoustic art.
In a move that further positions the firm with a competitive edge and redefines the contemporary practice of architecture, Woods Bagot has appointed futurist Francesca Birks as Global Insights Leader.
From Russia with love – Moscow’s concept store Cara & Co has arrived in Sydney, with a fit-out from the original store’s designer Alexey Oleshov.
The internet never sleeps! Here's the stuff you might have missed
The new Melbourne headquarters of Holder East at 170 Queen Street offers a unique blend of tranquillity and sophistication in the CBD. Designed by Fender Katsalidis, the office aims to be a calm sanctuary amid the urban hustle.
Australian artist Marion Borgelt’s work can be found in some of Australia’s most notable commercial buildings – from 123 Pitt Street, Sydney, to Tower One, Barangaroo and Perth’s Crown Towers. Gillian Serisier steps us through her latest exhibition of work.
Caesarstone explores the boundaries of reality with an exceptional new addition to its Mineral Surface collection that blends airy lightness with sustainable performance.