Category: Sofas and armchairs
The distinguishing feature of this collection of armchairs and sofas is the use of an elliptic shape in a number of ways. As well as being layered to form a base and a seat, it is curved into a backrest, which may be more discreet, more enveloping or asymmetrical.
The rounded corners and the slender, simple metal legs give a soft, light feel to Soave, which has a consistently understated nature. When complemented by the small support table, it is perfect for all uses in the contract market and exhibition venues.
A single module with a simple, soft and clean-cut shape, that can be arranged in layers to form the base and seat, or masterfully reclined and curved to provide the backrest, which is available either in a symmetrical version or with an armrest on just one side.
The slender, understated metal legs emphasize the overall lightness and the same is true of the coffee table top, which looks like it is simply resting on the frame. The style of the accessory, available in marble or MDF, reflects the rest of the set and it features the same “soap-like” form of the pieces.
Soave can either be all the same colour or have different materials covering the backrest, seat and base. In both cases, it offers padded furnishing solutions with strong personalities that are steeped in unadulterated, contemporary style.
The inspiration for Ala’s design came from the stands for old plates on display in a decorative arts museum.
The Aria retro-futuristic lounge chair offers the perfect blend of lightness and loftiness, technological prowess and sublime craftsmanship.
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.
Waves is a collection of poufs inspired by the sea and the soft, gentle ripples running along the surface of the water.
Thanks to an abundant and generous structure, the Swale armchair evokes relaxed conversation scenarios for residential and contract environments
The Pinch selection stems from reflection on materials and the construction techniques in contemporary padded seating.
Phar Lap is the lounge chair designed to bring comfort and protection to collective spaces, thanks to a slender structure inspired by the design of the seventies.
Both the name and the shape of this soft, smart seat evoke the idea of restfulness.
Suiseki is a collection of padded seats inspired – as its name suggests – by the Japanese art of arranging naturally occurring stones.
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
Timo is designer Federica Biasi’s first project for LaCividina. The collection of padded seats features understated style and shapes inspired by nature.