Collection : Segment
Category: Sofas and armchairs
Segment is a system which solves the hierarchical principles of assembling the components of modular upholstered furniture.
Numen / For Use is a design collective led by product designers Sven Jonke, Christoph Katzler and Nikola Radeljković. Over the past 20 years, Numen/For Use has been active globally in the fields of industrial and spatial design, scenography and conceptual art. They nourish very rational aesthetics that could be categorized as functional minimalism. Their designs for Prostoria include the Polygon and Toggle easy chairs, Oblique, Oblikant Trifidae collections, Bik and Dobra chairs, Revolve, Layout, Absent, Segment, Klaster, Combine and Fade sofas, Avet low table and the outdoor collections Osmo and Jugo.
Rostrum is an infinitely scalable sofa system with a highly sophisticated design language that takes its name from a raised performance platform – a nod to the slender legs that raise the modular s
Layout was designed as a modular crossover between architecture and design.
Klaster is a flexible modular system made up of minimalist cubes. They enable maximum creativity when it comes to their arrangement and use.
Spectrum modular sofa
Spectrum collection aesthetic reflects a combination of simplicity with complexity.
Tinker easy chair
Designed to be inviting, Tinker is conducive to comfortable sitting and relaxed work by a mid-high table.
Polygon easy chair
Ever since we first began to engage with design, we were fascinated with the standard modernist typology of chairs with modest dimensions that meet all functional parameters, without burdening the
Tinker low table
The Tinker low table is designed in line with the details of the metal construction of the armchair from the same collection.
Monk barstool with backrest
The Monk barstools with a backrest are new members of the Monk collection.
Cloud comes from a family of modular sofas, offering a large number of compositions each adapted to a given space.
The Absent sofa is designed as a modular system combining various backrest heights with different seat depths, while the soft pillow adds to the sofa’s ergonomics and particular sensual experience.
Polygon low table
Three tables are based upon the same formal origin as Polygon easy chair.
The Echo modular sofa provides an exceptionally relaxing experience of lying on the most comfortable bed.
Monk easy chair
The easy chair’s shell is composed of two bent pieces of plywood upholstered in fabric, underneath which lies a simple structure of massive wood or metal.
The design of the Kontrapunkt recliner transformer explores the possibility of creating an alternative to the standard bulky recliner armchair typology.