Category: Sofas and armchairs
The Pinch selection stems from reflection on materials and the construction techniques in contemporary padded seating.
The structures of Pinch sofas and armchairs literally “pinch” the backrests and armrests: the volumes are redistributed and the padding takes on a full, soft and welcoming appearance. In the tall version, the sides are like walls in a room filled with comfort.
Pinch products can be made even more practical with the addition of tables to the structures to make the seats into comfortable places for working, studying or eating.
From the first collaboration between Garcia Cumini and LaCividina comes Agetti, an armchair with an architectural spirit that defies the rules of traditional seating.
Thanks to an abundant and generous structure, the Swale armchair evokes relaxed conversation scenarios for residential and contract environments
Bernard is a complete and versatile collection, suitable in both residential and contract.
One of the challenges of design is to take something that already exists in lots of different forms and reshape it into a unique, personal item.
The distinguishing feature of this collection of armchairs and sofas is the use of an elliptic shape in a number of ways.
Node+ is an ambitious system that is designed to cater to people’s needs and adapt to suit the countless activities that they carry out every day.
Suiseki is a collection of padded seats inspired – as its name suggests – by the Japanese art of arranging naturally occurring stones.
Inspiration from nature and advanced modularity again take center stage in the collaboration between Andrea Steidl and LaCividina, ready to introduce Dorothea in Milan.
Inspired by the homonymous train bunks, Couchette is the innovative modular system in upholstered furniture that summarizes the idea of a chain of united and isolated environments.
The Aria retro-futuristic lounge chair offers the perfect blend of lightness and loftiness, technological prowess and sublime craftsmanship.
The futuristic Filinea armchair fuses natural and technological qualities. It takes its cue from euphorbia tirucalli trees and is made of round, extremely slender steel bars.
In 1967, the French designer Pierre Paulin challenged the rationalism that was predominant at the time by envisaging a range of seats with naturally winding lines