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A system of sofas, armchairs, poufs and coffee tables, inspired by the themes of freedom, simplicity and lightness, ChillOut are ideal for domestic or collective spaces, on their own or in a linear or corner composition. Featuring slim yet comfortable and cosy volumes, the upholstered pieces are accompanied by coffee tables in Carrara or basaltina marble, with an elegant matt finish: a historic material that adds both value and charm to this refined, contemporary design.
nspired by the dynamic forms of biogenetics, the modular bench DNA consists in a unique construction assembly which is created by a single section of curved plywood, that is mirrored in design to create multiple seating configurations. The result of this system, is a captivating piece of furniture, shaped after the helix form, in which each modular bench consists of a single curved piece of plywood and can be extended to create multiple seating configurations.
The Don family exudes personality with an industrial style that creates different, clean, elegant and comfortable spaces. Pieces manufactured with highly resistant phenolic materials, with a metal sheet structure and exposed screws on the back to give a retro, original feel.
It intended for the contract market and public spaces. It has a metal core, elastic seat webbing and memory foam padding of varying densities. The covers are available in stretch material and other fabrics. Dos à Dos Louvre is shaped around the curves of the body. The seats can be used individually or lined up in limitless numbers to form benches.
The design's simple, geometric squares and rectangles have had their edges rounded to give a slightly more welcoming feel.
Imagine a sofa to spend a few minutes in while waiting for a friend, preparing for a meeting or getting ready to catch a flight. A pit-stop while on the move, to recharge electric devices as well as weary feet. This sofa is Gate, a new, innovative furniture concept. ”Gate is a sofa with rigorous proportions for people to sit and wait in. We have worked in great detail with measures from a technical as well as from an emotional aspect. This is a sofa for public spaces, where one can sit back to back with a stranger without invading on anyone’s personal space”, explains Ola Rune.
Originating from a brief set by Hitch Mylius for final year students at Central St Martins, hm221, designed by Timothee Mion is a modular system that alters the perception of how one should sit.
The low, pebble-like units of hm63 can be laid out in structured patterns, used either individually or scattered throughout a space to provide organic seating arrangements. Each of the three elements is generously proportioned and can be specified with or without a backrest. The adaptability of the product offers a variety of uses for both public and private spaces.
Kazuko Okamoto's hm77 'Cake' seating is a simple, inventive and playful seat unit that combines and links to form interesting crystalline forms. The simple geometry of the wedge-shaped seat is available in three versions: with left- or right-handed backrest, or without back.
Defined by simple shapes and clean lines, the versatile Ikon collection is now enlarged with a collection of modular seating. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use, the collection comes from the research of synthesis, beauty and functionality