Félana, by Maòli, is a tray tris with the shape of the leaf, also usable as a centrepiece.
The Maòli collection of furnishing and table items has been enhanced by a line of articles made entirely of aluminium. Maòli’s aluminium is obtained from recycled scrap that arrives in Madagascar from every part of the world. A matter of old motors, aircraft parts, and various cans, saucepans and cutlery. It is all tempered and then cast in the sand with a method that was used in Europe about forty years ago. At the end of the production cycle, the pieces are brushed and polished until they acquire the characteristic silver colour that makes the Maòli aluminium so special. This is a technique where the human effort is still absolutely key.