Luca Nichetto |


Luca Nichetto is one of the most sought-after designers in the world. Hardly any other designer stands for modern comfort like the Venetian residing in Stockholm. Now he has designed the “Liv” sofa system for Rolf Benz.

Luca Nichetto : “Liv” should fit in with completely different user habits. Rolf Benz wanted a sofa system that works anywhere in the world and in almost every environment.

In Scandinavia for example, sofas are traditionally relatively high, whereas in Italy people prefer them to be lower and more casual. Both should be represented by “Liv”.

Jakob Jørgensen |


Jakob Jørgensen mainly works with wood and steel, and likes to explore possible new expressions in what is, mildly put, a thoroughly tested materials.

He carefully ponders the issues he addresses, and once having a clear idea, he goes into his workshop and proceeds to create models and other experiments to shape ideas into finished products. Products with a sculptural expression is always his aim.

In his design he strives to create something that looks like an art piece but also fits naturally into everyday life as a functional object.

Jakob Jørgensen has exhibited at Galerie Maria Wettergren in Paris and taken part in the Cabinetmakers’ Autumn Exhibition since 2009. In 2011 he received the Bodum Design Award together with Line Depping.

In connection with this award, he exhibited at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. In 2008 he won a gold leaf IFDA (International Furniture Design Fair Asahikawa) in Japan, and his winning piece Barca went into production by CondeHouse.



An original all-textile armchair in which the true key feature is fabric.

Created exclusively for Rubelli by the young designers NAVA + AROSIO STUDIO, Pila-47 represents a new concept in seating.

Handmade throughout, it is capable of enhancing the potential of the fabric, regaining the idea of beauty of the materials themselves and of their natural lines.