Favo, nominated in 2018 for the Compasso d’Oro Award, is a furnishing system with a honeycomb mesh made by hand with brass or steel rods.
As cells of a large beehive, the geometric elements create different furnishing objects that can adapt to the space in which they are placed.
Its function changes if it is hinged and used free-standing or if it is fixed and suspended on the wall. Favo also chameleons its function with its accessories, it can be a room divider, a console, a hanger, a shelf holder, a bottle holder, a flower pot holder, a mirror… It can furnish a living room, an office hall, a reading corner, a bathroom wall…

A collection of accessories in etched metal, mirrors, mahogany panels and fabrics, not only can add new functions to the honeycombed mesh, but it also complete and embellish Favo.
Designed by the Architect Daniele Della Porta, industrial designer for renowned furniture companies, Favo is produced by Lamberti Design, an metalworking factory for the furniture industry, located just outside the Amalfi Coast in the town of Cava de’ Tirreni.

This new furniture collection, is light, handcrafted and manufactured with the help of CNC technology. It shows Lamberti’s production capabilities, Lamberti’s commitment to give voice to Italian designs (captivating and functional) through Italian craftsmanship and new collaborations with local artists.

Arch. Daniele Della Porta
Daniele is sensitive to the entrepreneurial development based on a central position of the designer and the craftsmanship manufacturing skills rooted in the territory. For Lamberti he thought about a modular and highly customizable product that can tell, through the precision of cuts and welds, the company mastery. Several times winner of design competitions, some of Daniele’s products have been selected by ADI and published on “Adi Index” as the best design of the year.