The living space becomes Coral with Alma Design.

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The ‘Color of the Year’ is a warm, fancy and enveloping color that harmoniously combines pink and orange, a nuance that transmits energy and suggests positive vibrations.

Marlene
Marlene

Living Coral will be able to influence the beauty sector, lifestyle, designers in different fields like fashion, home furniture and industrial design, Alma Design, always observant to new trends, proposes a wide range of seats, armchairs and stools customizable in the new color.

Amy
Amy

In fact, Alma Design offers the possibility to create, through its solutions, original settings, in many different color, an attitude that makes every project unique.

Julie
Julie

Agata, Amy, Gesto, Marlene Virna, X Big and proposals signed by Alma Design are presented in Living Coral, turning into complements with a strong character, but at the same time able to fit with relaxed elegance in the environment that welcomes them, enhancing it and making it special.

X Stool
X Stool

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