Luca Nichetto, whose practice is known for bridging the visual languages of Italy and Scandinavia, is one of the most vibrant and in-demand young designers working today.
With a background in exceptional craftsmanship and a formidable imagination, Nichetto has emerged as a multidisciplinary designer able to traverse the worlds of furniture, industrial design, architecture and interiors. Luca Nichetto was born in 1976 and grew up on the storied island of Murano, the centuries-old center of Venetian glass. There, creativity and master artisans, including his grandfather, a master glassmaker, surrounded him. Later, Nichetto studied at Istituto Statale d’Arte di Venezia and earned a degree in industrial design at the Università Luav di Venezia in 1998, leading to formative early projects with venerable Murano glassmaker Salviati and leading lighting company Foscarini.
Luca Nichetto’s eponymous studio was founded in 2006 with a focus on industrial design and consulting. In 2011 he relocated to Stockholm, Sweden, opening a second studio and extending his scope to interior design, architecture and brand collaborations (partners have included Nendo, Foscarini and Hem)
Dubois is a bed system crafted in premium solid hardwood and luxurious fabrics. The wraparound headboard provides a sense of privacy, while the exposed timber frame and generous expanse of upholstery celebrates the quality of materials and craft. Suitable for residential or contract environments, the bed is available with a tall or low headboard, with or without integrated bedside tables.
W66 3/4 × L93 3/4 × H44 ”, fits mattress W60 × L80 "
W82 3/4 × L93 3/4 × H44 ”, fits mattress W76 × L80 "
113AC california king
W78 3/4 × L97 3/4 × H44 ”, fits mattress W72 × L84 "
platform height 12 2/5 ”
Available in American black walnut, American white oak, or European Ash in a range of finishes, and a range of fabric and leather options.
Please note that when using leather to upholster the expansive surface of the headboard, our craftspeople will use their discretion to ensure the natural variations in the hide’s colour and grain are most elegantly displayed. This may mean adding stitch lines to the headboard.