FD Style Accessories
The FD Style kitchen tools designed by Hagino Mitsunobu were created with the home chef in mind. Made from stainless steel, these rustproof kitchen tools are coated in a fluorocarbon polymer to give them a strong and elegant matte black finish. Made in Japan.
The Michel, by Antonio Citterio for B&B Italia, seating system includes 34 linear and modular elements as well as 5 square and rectangular ottomans. As opposed to its predecessor Frank, this system is characterised by a new slim structure in painted bronzed nickel or black chrome-plated aluminium and the seat cushion offers a different comfort.
Fritz Hansen presents a formal chair designed for an informal setting by the award winning Danish designer Cecilie Manz. The name minuscule represents the informal and understated style that the Scandinavians are truly famous for; why spell it out in capitals when discrete simplicity makes a clear statement.
Originally designed in 1940 by Charlotte Perriand; Cassina has relaunched this outdoor chaise longue, composed of 12 curved wooden strips (teak, beech or bamboo).