The detail makes the design. In the planning and construction of the Big Night bed, the angular clasp is the focal point. The fold of the headboard is a spontaneous, natural gesture: it expresses the ancestral discovery that surfaces could be modeled, the concrete action from which a concept comes into being. It’s the very gesture of fingers pinching together that suggests how to keep the shape of the fold stable, through the use of a fibula, a U-shaped metallic clasp realized with exquisite metalwork – a minimalist accessory with a clean and rigorous shape. The clip pinches the edges of the continuous surface of the covered panel, generating an overhang in the fold and enhancing the well-tailored qualities of the fabric. This exactingly crafted embellishment is duplicated in the corners of the bed frame, becoming fibula and foot alike. The headboard is a meticulous rectangular-shaped panel, folded on the sides, at once a protective niche and a refined aesthetic element. The vast, generous lenticular surfaces are taut yet accommodating, enhancing the experience of intimate comfort that makes the night an endless adventure. More than a bed to sleep on, Big Night is a stage where personal stories can unfold.