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Legendary designer Gubi has been working since 1967 to reissue iconic pieces of Danish design, while working with new talents who breathe new energy into the brand, ensuring continuity between past and present.

Beetle collection

Chaise Beetle

Straight out of the imagination of the young design duo Enrico Fratesi and Stine Gam, the Beetle chair is inspired by the shape and structure of the scarab beetle and comes in a multitude of upholstery and base options.

Chaise Beetle
Fauteuil bas Beetle

The Lounge version of the Beetle is also available in a multitude of fabrics with an Art Deco feel.The exceptional finishes are perfectly joined up and crafted in a fluid manner.

Fauteuil bas Beetle

TS Collection

Tables, tables basses et bureaux TS

Characterised by its marble top, tubular legs and resolutely Art Deco spirit, and originally created in the 1930s, the TS collection is brought back to the taste of the day by the Italian-Danish Gamfratesi pairing.

Tables, tables basses et bureaux TS

The Icons of yesterday

Suspension Multi Lite

Vintage and refined, with its superimposition of simple architectural shapes, this metal pendant is a reissue of the model designed in 1972 by Louis Weisdorf

Collection Bestlite

Influenced by the Bauhaus movement, in the 1930s, Britain’s Robert Dudley Best created the BL1, which really made its mark on history when Winston Churchill made it his desk lamp.

Suspension Semi

A true icon of Scandinavian design, the Semi is the result of a collaboration between two famous Danish designers: Torsten Thorup and Claus Bonderup.

Lampadaire Grasshopper

The iconic Grasshopper floor lamp, a 1950s masterpiece, was designed in 1947 by Greta Magnusson Grossman. You’ll love its vintage design!

Collection G10

The G10 floor lamp is characterised by an industrial style with pared-back, clean lines while displaying a soft silhouette.

Collection Cobra

Widely praised as soon as it was released, the Cobra lamp owes its name to the oval shape of its lampshade, winning the Good Design Award in 1950.

Suspension Satellite

Like an Asian lantern, this pendant lets light filter through the thousands of tiny holes, creating a play of fairy-like shadows.

Etagère Dédal

The ultra-graphic lines of the Dédal shelf remain incredibly modern more than half a century after its creation.

Portemanteau Matégot

Created in the 1950s, this coat stand combines colour, a vital symbol, with fun, expressive elementary shapes.

Etagère Demon

Created in 1954, the Demon perfectly illustrates the functionalism and modernity that characterises the work of Mathieu Matégot.

Chaise Nagasaki

This chair with its tripod base is an exceptional piece, atypical and timeless.

Table Kangourou

The collection of interlocking parts highlights the careful play of shadows and light in Matégot's work.


Designed to furnish the apartments of the "La Pedrera" building, an architectural masterpiece by Antoni Gaudi, the Pedrera collection transcribes the main characteristics of modern architecture illustrated in France by the work of Le Corbusier: minimal decoration, geometric, functional lines, use of steel etc.

LES MIROIRS Jacques Adnet

This collection of mirrors rimmed with Italian leather straps was designed in 1950 by Jacques Adnet, French designer and decorator of the 20th century, in partnership with Hermès, for which he developed a collection of furniture and accessories covered with leather.


Architect, designer and artist, Italian Gio Ponti (1891-1979) played a fundamental role in the revival of post-war Italian design.He is credited in particular with the symbol of modern Milan, the Pirelli skyscraper. Mixing tradition and modernism, his creations illustrate the spirit of his time.