DREAM

DREAM
The dream, “fil-rouge” of this extraordinary collection, design Garilab by Piter Perbellini, is expressed throughout its most representative themes and narrated through altreforme furniture in order to recreate the dream atmosphere, to escape from the everyday life any time that we need it, thanks to a furnishing that can recreate this magical and ideal feeling.
The Dream collection of furnishing is tied intrinsically to the dreamlike theme being ironical about the most eager venal dream of material things, that of the materiality and of the possession with the lingotto line; the pace line refers to a common human value as the peace, while the simbolo line plays with aphorisms and representations. 


The dream, “fil-rouge” of this extraordinary collection, design Garilab by Piter Perbellini, is expressed throughout its most representative themes and narrated through altreforme furniture in order to recreate the dream atmosphere, to escape from the everyday life any time that we need it, thanks to a furnishing that can recreate this magical and ideal feeling.
The Dream collection of furnishing is tied intrinsically to the dreamlike theme being ironical about the most eager venal dream of material things, that of the materiality and of the possession with the lingotto line; the pace line refers to a common human value as the peace, while the simbolo line plays with aphorisms and representations. 

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Pace
Tables
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Pace
Seats
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Pace
Coffee tables
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Pace
Seats
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Pace
Mirrors
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Lingotto
Coffee tables
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Lingottino
Seats
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Lingotto
Chairs
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Lingotto
Seats
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Lingotto
Seats
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Lingotto
Mirrors
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Enigma
Tables
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Venezia
Tables
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Simbolo
Chairs
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Simbolo
Cabinets
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Simbolo
Cabinets
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Simbolo
Dividers
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Nuvola
Mirrors
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Nuvola
Consoles
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Fiocco
Chairs
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