"The Japanese object is revealed when you hold it in your hands. It's the tact that tells you everything you need to know, because it tells you about yourself ".
So Edmund de Waal brings us closer to the oriental world and the Promemoria 2013 collection seems to be inspired by his words and the irresistible desire to touch bronze and parchment, galuchat and horn. And again: exotic essences, leathers, onyx and velvets. They are furnishings that are created to be used, which establish an intimate relationship with those who own them, keeping intact their qualities.
Evocative and functional, important and domestic. Like the Tornasole table, protagonist of elegance, like the Sumo bedside table and table, whose shapes are inspired by the figure of Sumo wrestlers bent on their knees in an attack position. The Japanese inspiration is also strong in the Fiore di Loto armchair, expressions of a company that since its debut has cultivated an exclusive look at the world of interiors.