Papoose (literally papoose for children) is a modular sofa system, composed of three different bases divided in one, two and three-seat and with a selection of several backrests. The combination of the bases and backrests gives the possibility to create a large number of variants, allowing to adapt Papoose mainly to the home environment, but also to some contract setting.Composed primarily of foam in different densities, Papoose is dressed by fabrics or leathers, tailored to the sofa, enriching it with tailored details that highlight its soft aesthetics. Backrest and armrest contain the pillows inside, that when tipped over in front the back structure increase the comfort of the sofa. Structure in wood, covered by shaped polyurethane with differentiated density / polyester slip cover. Backrest cushions in shaped polyurethane with differentiated density / polyester slip cover. Feet in gun metal grey.
PAPOOSE sofa UPHOLSTERY: Shaped polyurethane with differentiated density / polyester slip cover. FEET : Gun metal grey lacquered and protective nylon glides. COVER : Fabric or leather. Fully removable cover, except for leather version.
Design By Luca Nichetto
Luca Nichetto was born in 1976 in Venice, where he studied at the Art Institute. Afterwards he attended the University Institute of Architecture of Venice (IUAV), where he earned a degree in Industrial Design. He began his professional career in 1999 by designing his first projects in Murano glass for Salviati. That same year he began his collaboration with Foscarini, for whom he not only designed products, but also worked as a consultant on new materials research and product development (2001–2003). In 2006 he launched his own design firm, Nichetto&Partners, which specializes in industrial design and offers its services as a design consultancy. In 2011 he also opened another professional office in Stockholm, Sweden.