Atene

The round shape is the distinctive element of the new Atene collection, designed by the Architect Luca Erba.
Round tops in marble or glass, supported by an elegant metal base with cylindrical legs.
The tables are available in five different sizes and heights and can be customized in all the marble, glass and metal finishes of our collections.
Atene is definetly a table that can enrich your living room.

Noah

The Noah collection, designed by architect Luca Erba, includes armchairs, sofas and a chaise longue, characterized by important volumes and curved enveloping lines that will make you feel extremely comfortable thanks to their high seating comfort.
An original design that, depending on the covering, can perfectly fit into any modern and luxury living room but is also perfect for refined contract environments.

Noah

The Noah collection, designed by architect Luca Erba, includes armchairs, sofas and a chaise longue, characterized by important volumes and curved enveloping lines that will make you feel extremely comfortable thanks to their high seating comfort.
An original design that, depending on the covering, can perfectly fit into any modern and luxury living room but is also perfect for refined contract environments.

Wave

The Wave coffee table collection, designed by the architect Luca Erba, is characterized by a particular curved metal base which, thanks to its sinuous design, reminds of the waves movement.
The circular top is available in different sizes and can be in marble or glass.
Wave is a fancy collection, ideal for an elegant and sophisticated living room.

Luca Erba

Biography

Luca Erba is an Italian architect and designer born in 1984.
He graduated in Architecture from Polytechnic University of Milan and launched his own studio in 2010.
With deep territorial, materic and formal research as the foundations of his creative process, he develops projects ranging from architecture to decor, interior design and bespoke collections.
His ultimate purpose is to create long-lasting objects, combining contemporary taste and strong respect for the past.
His approach to projectuality celebrates a connection between heritage, materials, industrial design, natural shapes and refined craftsmanship.