Living Divani’s 2022 outdoor collection showcases the company’s idea of the home as a harmonious space for people to rediscover a sense of conviviality and, at the same time, carve out a safe space. With a structure in Burma Teak and conceived to be easily rotated, David Lopez Quincoces’ Kasbah modular sofa is designed for indulgent relaxation and to be used flexibly as the years go by.
“Developed for a residential project in Morocco using wood as a tactile material, Kasbah filled a brief for a large sofa configurable in multiple ways. We decided to work with Burma Teak sourced from certified plantations, and went for plastic joints made out of recycled waste yarn from the fashion industry, ensuring that all components are sustainability-inspired without stinting on design quality,” the company explains.
This is evident in its Extra Wall compositions, an iconic upholstered furniture system designed by Piero Lissoni in 2002, which revolutionized the indoor and outdoor contract market. Celebrating its twentieth anniversary this year, the collection has been expanded with sustainable bouclé fabric upholstery made out of 100-percent-recycled PET from the Reviva® collection.