Legless sofa on metal base, for linear or varied configurations. The enveloping back lowers gradually at the sides to become the armrest, gripping the comfortable goosedown seat cushions. A corner element fans out to create a curved composition also suitable for large spaces, perfect for lounge areas and waiting rooms. In the chaise longue version, which can be used to complete the sofa, the armrest is lowered to make room for the large seat cushion. The cushions can be bordered in grosgrain in a range of hues, adding a note of contrasting color that forcefully brings out the lines of the design.
Frame in wood with polyurethane and dacron padding covered with protective fabric lining
Base in metal black chrome, satined, chromed, bronzed 457, burnished or champagne.
Seat cushion down-filled
Back cushion down-filled upon request with upcharge.
Upholstery not removable fabric or leather covers
Design By Roberto Lazzeroni
Roberto Lazzeroni was born in Pisa. He studied art and architecture in Florence, taking an increasing personal interest in the phenomena of conceptual art and radical design during his years of training.He débuted professionally in the early 1980s with a series of important 'Interior Architecture' works that were immediately noticed and published by both Italian and international magazines. Roberto Lazzeroni has enjoyed an extremely dynamic professional journey that today sees him involved in various projects, and able to boast prestigious collaborations, art direction and interior and contract design in various parts of the world. Awards include: Tecniques Discretes (Paris, 1991), Conran Foundation Museum, (London, 1992), Elegant Techniques, (Chicago, 1992), La Fabbrica Estetica, (Paris, 1993), Dall'Albergo alla Nave, (Genoa, 1993), Costruire il mobile, (Milan 1999).