BED SIDE ELEMENT made of a single layer of rotary cut veneered ash wood on two sides, inner structure made of veneered beech and glue of class “0”.
Forest management’s certification: PEFC /18-1-1. The color’s shade and its uniqueness are due to the rotary cutting of ash wood.
Dimensions: 56cm x 27cm. Thickness: 1,8cm.
The small child gradually grows into an adolescent and finally into a fully developed adult. It is now that, the cradle first and the small Flowerssori bed later, "grow up" handing on the baton, as it were, to the single bed.
The single bed, which is part of the project we have called "the bed that grows", corresponds to the final stage in the extension of the bed.
The Flowerssori single bed also provides headboards in different sizes, depending on the height of the mattress you chose to combine it with.
DIMENSIONS: 216cm x 110cm. H from the ground: 30cm
PEFC and FSC forest management certification, 99% antibacterial coating.
The diversity and uniqueness of colour are due to the rotary cut of the ash wood. The coating is stain and scratch resistant, and certified according to European standards.
The formal simplicity and the beauty of the matter.
The Flowerssori lamp is an interior design item of great relevance for the Flowerssori project. It summarizes its philosophical approach and at the same time is in line with the Flowerssori style: just two elements made of wood (ash and beech) connected by the full colour of the wire. The child can see how the lamp works and can interact with it safely, since the bulb remains cold thanks to its LED lighting system, WHILE ADULTS CAN APPRECIATE ITS UNIQUE AND SOPHISTICATED DESIGN.
Indeed, here everything is exposed: the design is sensorial, safe and ageless.
Dimensions: 28cm x 24cm x 35cm.
Lamp made of a single layer of rotary cut veneered ash wood on two sides, inner structure made of veneered beech using class “0” glue.
Aires available in different colours.
Standard E27 3W Led Edison bulb in clear blown glass.
PEFC and FSC forest management certifications.
The colour’s shade and its uniqueness are due to the rotary cutting of the ash wood.