Morgans, bookshelf designed by Leonardo Dainelli, uses two vertical rectangular bars placed side by side that cross and fix five horizontal bars on each side: four, serve as support for the shelves while a fifth is fixed directly to the wall. The design of the metallic elements, with an almost industrial and constructivist style, creates a fascinating contrast with the refinement of the burnished brass finish and the precious leather covering of the shelves, creating an object with a peculiar character and a decorative aesthetic.
The Dante desk by Michele di Fonzo is dominated by the essentiality of form, whose distinctiveness is its full leather covering. Its qualities of immediate simplicity and linearity easily fit in a work space.
The family of Mea armchairs designed by Alessandro Dubini is defined by decisive, rounded, wraparound lines and presents itself as a collection conceived for sophisticated domestic spaces just as for the office and for home working. The technical soul of Mea lives with its curves, rounded and with feminine proportions, which characterise its shapes, presenting itself formally as a sort of modern easy chair. This armchair thus is able to combine aesthetic research, technology and the tailoring that has always described the Frag collections in a single product.