Tukama Sofa by Francesaca Donati

Tukama Sofa by Francesaca Donati

Tukama Sofa by Francesaca Donati

Cushion filled in polystyrène mixed with walerlilly. Covering can be in Fabric or leather, totally removable. Back-rest cuschions filled in waterlilly and polistirene, seat in polyurethane foam. External cover can be made in eco leather or real leather.
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Mosspink Sofa by Kati Meyer-Brühl

Mosspink Sofa by Kati Meyer-Brühl

Mosspink Sofa by Kati Meyer-Brühl

The natural beauty of sofa island mosspink is inspired by nature – rest elements reminiscent of pebbles, layered to provide high-end comfort. As an act of nature, Sofa mosspink transforms pure zest for life on a sustainable basis. A multi-award winning creation from designer Kati Meyer-Brühl – breathtaking and moving.mosspink creations structured using only a few components such as wooden frames, high-quality upholstery covers and rest elements. They come dressed in environmentally friendly, certified fabrics and exquisite leather.
source: http://www.bruehl.com

Square Design Leather Sofa by Marco Zanuso

Square Design Leather Sofa by Marco Zanuso

Square Design Leather Sofa by Marco Zanuso

Wooden structure covered in stress-resistant differentiated density polyurethane foam and fibre cover. Springing by means of elastic straps. Seat and back cushions in high capacity polyurethanefoam and fibre cover, available also with cushions in feather with polyurethane foam insert. Fully removable covers, except for leather and buttons versions. Metal painted feet.
Marco Zanuso has been practising in the field of architecture, town planning and design since 1945. He was editor of Domus (1947-49), and Casabella (1952-54) magazines directed by E. N. Rogers. He was a founding member and president of ADI (Associazione del Disegno Industriale) from 1966 to 1969, a lecturer at the Polytechnic of Milan from 1961 to 1991, and since the post-war period he has participated in the cultural debate on the Modern Movement. In 1948 he carried out his first experiments with furniture in tube metal.
In the following years he produced an extremely vast array of objects, for which he received countless awards of recognition, including six Compasso d’Oro, eight international prizes in the Milan Triennale and the presence of different items of his work in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. His architectural works include the Olivetti headquarters in Argentina and Brazil and, in Milan, the restructuring of the Teatro Fossati (now Teatro Studio) and the new premises of the Piccolo Teatro.
source: http://www.arflex.it

Shadow Sofa and Felt Rug by Duffy London

Shadow Sofa and Felt Rug by Duffy London

Shadow Sofa and Felt Rug by Duffy London

The Shadow Sofa appears to defy gravity. A stylish simple and beautifully hand crafted sofa with a strong design concept, this sofa and its materials are all sourced and made in the UK. Available in a number of finishes. Upholstery fabric is 100% wool, Wood is from Forest Stewardship Council managed forests and other controlled sources, and powder coated mild steel.
Duffy London began in 2002 with Chris Duffy, a graduate of the University of Brighton, making and designing products in the kitchen of the flat he shared with his friend in London.
After the hundredth time of his flatmate complaining that his dinner was covered in saw dust Duffy London moved into a studio in east London, and became a genuine company in 2004.
Duffy London is an idea-based company, Some of thrie ideas run along similar themes and concepts, while others are completely different. When they gain access to new production methods this inspires their to take new directions and helps us to evolve their designs.
Once they have come up with the designs and prototypes, they work closely with their manufactures who have decades of experience necessary to turn these concepts into quality batch produced products.
Duffy London produce furniture, lighting and interior products which are designed mostly by Chris Duffy but he draws on the designers that work for him and his friends in the same industry for their assistance and contributions to the designs.
Duffy London products are as environmentally friendly as possible, not for the feel good factor or to jump on the bandwagon, but because it makes practical sense. Manufacturing our products locally keeps communication between the designer and manufacture quick and simple meaning we can develop products far more swiftly than manufacturing abroad. This also cuts down on transport costs which are constantly on the increase, and which in turn cuts down on carbon emissions. They use recycled packaging which saves money and low energy light bulbs and electrics which last longer.
Duffy London has had the good fortune of being recognised by the press from the very beginning, appearing in most of the interior design magazines, newspapers and Sunday supplements across the world and even a few TV programmes!
source http://www.duffylondon.com

Hanabi Original Design Sofa by Yuki Abe

Hanabi Original Design Sofa by Yuki Abe

Hanabi Original Design Sofa by Yuki Abe

Hanabi is the Japanese word for fireworks and this Hanabi really has a shape resembling fireworks or perhaps a flower bursting into bloom. The bags are filled with polystyrene beads, and the seat will mould to the sitters shape. The frame is powder-coated or chromed steel. The Hanabi chairs and sofas have a tubular / steel rod base; for chairs, a round base is also available.Chair measurements: w 1100 x h 820 x d 1100. Sofa measurements: w 1850 x h 820 x d 1100.
source: http://www.vivero.fi