This leather side table in ivory nappa is part of the Scala collection designed by Stéphane Parmentier for the Italian leather specialist Giobagnara. The “stacked” shape often seen at the base of some buildings in Italy, as well as Salvatore Ferragamo’s celebrated heel inspired this line of nappa-covered furniture. An identical recurring motif, layered and highlighted by deliberately thick legs, gives different elements a delicate graphic line. The key to this piece elegance is an absolute precision of proportion. Here presented in a beautiful ivory nappa leather. Different colors available on request, please refer to the colour chart in the last two pictures.
This piece has won the Wallpaper Magazine design Award 2018.
A brand that is distinctive for elegantly designed creations that express luxury without ostentation, available in an uncommon and virtually limitless color palette of leathers and suede, and crafted to the highest standards using both traditional know-how and leading-edge technology. This approach to tradition and modernity led Giorgio Bagnara to experiment: he constantly pushes technical limits in his quest for objects that are both beautiful and relevant, and in doing so relies on the skills of the company's craftspeople. Very quickly, Giobagnara became renowned for its expertise, and its founder became a partner of choice for a large number of interior decorators and yacht and jet designers who called upon his know-how for special commissions.
The interior architect and designer Stéphane Parmentier began his career working for Karl Lagerfeld before deciding to devote himself to architecture full-time in 2002. Since then, he has created and developed numerous projects for an international clientele attuned to his style of luxurious simplicity. The homes and objects he designs reveal a vision that is deeply anchored in a modern everyday lifestyle. Inspired by classical Greco-Roman antiquity, the beauty of the Puglian landscape, the restraint of the Japanese aesthetic, and a desire to focus on the essential, he cultivates elegant asceticism by associating noble materials with subtly graphic lines.