01 product description
Ray is a seating system born from the careful convergence of proportions and volumes typical of Antonio Citterio. This modular system, which starts from linear elements, can be extended to include chaise longues, end pieces and ottomans. Although the primary focus of Ray is on comfort with every element at a dual depth, the design is in the details as it features a beautiful “blanket stitch” tailoring that enriches the removable covers. Created with two depths, this sofa has a more traditional version and an extra large version for those that want a truly relaxing position. A main feature is the U-shaped foot in diecast bronzed nickel aluminium that, along with the seat cushions, contributes to creating an image of Ray as a low sofa - a particularly elegant piece. Its sense of comfort is expressed through its many soft cushions, the exact number of which depends on the image that one wants to convey. Even the solid or contrasting fabrics contribute to determining its personality.
|2350 mm, 2750 mm|
|990 mm, 1070 mm|
Height of armrests
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05 Articles about B&B Italia and Antonio Citterio
The charm of the unfinished
It is an ambitious idea to focus an exhibition purely on the aesthetic of objects in their emergent state, but this has been beautifully accomplished by the Design Museum London: Barber Osgerby’s “In the Making”.
Twelve dreams under the big blue sky
Lounging and dreaming in the big outdoors, preferably on huge sofas and comfy daybeds, into which we lightly sink and forget the everyday rat race.› To the article
18 million coins for the Underground
In 2012, Edward Barber uand Jay Osgerby caused quite a stir with their design for the Olympic torch. This year the two architects are placing a renewed emphasis on furniture design. Uta Abendroth met with one half of the duo, Jay Osgerby, in Milan, where their sofas, tables and stool premiered at Knoll.› To the article