The Tiki sofa is a visually simple 3-seat sofa with a high level of comfort. Tiki has a feather light, yet informal expression. The lines are soft yet defined with hints of how the sofa will look with age. A true Fogia icon, it’s a design which etches itself in your mind and soul.
Dini challenges the old stereotypes of what a sofa should look like with a new, updated, elegant and subdued variation on a typical sofa, with a modern twist. Design-wise, Dini belongs to the Scandinavian aesthetic, a timeless design that just becomes better and better with every glance.
Print is another great addition to our range of rugs. Each colour way flows through a block of the colour spectrum with an almost binary repeat. The graphical design itself comes from the test printout used by office and home printers.
The round, quilted shape of the pouf is reminiscent of a beautiful flower with petals spreading out, or a pastry, or Japanese lanterns. It’s available in multiple sizes and can be upholstered in a number of different fabrics, making it a flexible styling item for all homes.
Persimon was a piece that broke new ground for Fogia, and our longstanding collaborators Note was the logical partner for creating the inaugural piece in our new lighting range. Available as large or small pendant lamp, cluster pendants or table lamp version.
Hawu is a quietly innovative piece. With its integrated trivets and bookends, which act as part of the shelf’s fixing system, it’s a piece that draws the eye. Can be dismantled for easy transportation, and its durability will see them through many lifecycles.
The ambition with Gito was to make a tabletop from two materials, aesthetically-pleasing even on a tactile level. And the name… Gi(n and) To(nic). From life’s contrasts come the most lasting of impressions.
Grande is a table for people with hints of Japanese shaker design blended with Scandinavian detailing. Designed with a purposeful duality, Note found a balance between dining, meeting and working.
Perfect proportions, precise construction, minimal waste and fine use of materials, that’s Myko. Surround your dining table with them, or slide one under your desk, and you’ll soon find excuses to sit for a while longer than usual.