Going beyond tradition and rambling minimalism, the Sculture line unwinds in a sort of eclecticism in which the rigour of the forms and the essential nature of the surfaces create a curved effect that suggests new sensorial stimuli, made up of light and harmony and underpinned by high performance technology.

No longer objects resting on the floor and leaning on the walls, only responding to functional needs, but sinuous and curvaceous forms that soon become independent and autonomous, creating an incredibly original effect.
Elements of high plasticity are accompanied by curved lines in a subtle equilibrium, giving rise to a particular atmosphere fluctuating between the material and the ethereal.