Dezeen promotion: the new collection from Italian home furniture brand Lago contains 400 pieces, including beds, sofas, chairs and mirrors.
Lago has launched 400 new furnishings, divided into two different ranges: Day and Night.
Items from both ranges are encompassed within one large brand catalogue, which presents a host of detailed product shots and several interior photographs to show customers how pieces could be styled inside their own homes.
The Day range features a selection of sideboards, mirrors, tables, chairs, tv units, bookshelves, and sofas. This includes the Stratum table, which is made up of thin slices of XGlass – a type of stratified glass that can be printed to emulate natural materials like marble or stone.
The Night series includes beds, dressers, and bedside tables.
One of these is the Fluttua bed, which balances on just a single central support so that it has the appearance of hovering above the floor.
"The strength of LAGO design is rooted in simplicity. Characterised by clean lines and modularity, it can insert itself harmoniously within countless different settings and styles," explained the brand.
"[The pieces] are born of innovation and constant research, but also dedication and workmanship that expresses the legacy of experience and passion built over time by a company that devotes itself daily to creating furniture designed to endure."
Last year Lago collaborated with eight Italian women to create a series of rooms in "an ode to women's kindness".
Presented at Salone del Mobile 2017, the interiors ranged from a restful loft for ballet dancer Carla Fracci to a book-filled space for writer Chiara Gamberale.