Borchese sofa inspired by the stone pines of the Villa Borghèse in Roma. It use metal structure that looks like real branch, support the backrest while give a modern but natural view. This sofa will be great for your modern and contemporary interior, act both as sofa and sculpture.
Mauricio Affonso, born in Curitiba, Brazil, Mauricio lived in Curitiba, Londrina, Porto Alegre, São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro and later moved to Toronto, Canada to study Industrial Design at the Ontario College of Art & Design (OCAD University).
Juan Pablo Naranjo (born 1981) and Jean-Christophe Orthlieb (born 1982) established NOCC in 2008. Their collaboration is a permanent dialogue guided by a shared scientific mind and conceptual vision. NOCC try not to take an object for granted and focus on adding different layers of understanding by playing with archetypal codes in a poetic yet useful way.
Contemporary office design is all about collaboration and easy communication, with communal desks and low-walled cubicles abounding. But research shows that workers are more productive if they have access to a little privacy.
Han Koning is a industrial designer at Design Academy Eindhoven, living on his own minimalisticly rebuilt 1901 cargo ship in Groningen, Netherlands, his designs cover a wide range of applications that include the home, office and even transportation.
Nucleo is a collective of artists directed by Piergiorgio Robino, active in contemporary art, design and architectural fields, based in Torino, Italy. The work of Nucleo creates a contact point between art and design, and is exhibited all over the world, at MoMa in New York, the Beaubourg in Paris and at the Triennale Design Museum in Milan.