Playful pieces: Neotoi by Emporium

Introducing a series of children’s furniture created by Italian designer Roberto Giacomucci for Emporium. The collection, called Neotoi, includes a crocodile-shaped credenza, and a dog-shaped bedside table. The pieces are made from polished-ash veneer plywood with powder-coated MDF accents in red, white and black.

Founded in 1997, Italian company Emporium produces everyday objects, from lighting solutions to furnishings. Emporium’s designs are conceived to evoke positive emotion and promote a feeling of well-being. 

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