01 product description
Designed by Robin Rizzini, Mate is a system of sofas and sectionals that can take on different configurations, compose corner or curvilinear solutions, and add chaise longues or peninsulas in various sizes and shapes. To accentuate the character, dynamic nature and modern style of these seatings, MDF Italia's design centre has skilfully played with colour to present in Cologne a more captivating version with an "everyday" style. Mate Bi-Colour is the version with two-tone upholstery - melange fabric on the seat, placed next to a solid-colour fabric on the backrest and armrests - in five different colour schemes. Another visual element introduced in this latest version is the new simple topstitching with profile which highlights the armrests on the end, corner and special elements. The great versatility of this system, the introduction of two-tone upholstery and the enhanced comfort of the seat (Mate 2012) creates different atmospheres: dynamic and flexible for those who like to change the atmosphere in the home easily, informal and lively for the younger set, comfortable and relaxing for people who experience the living area as a warm, friendly place for entertaining and relaxing.
|1580 mm, 1980 mm|
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04 TagsMDF Italia Articles, MDF Italia Products, Robin Rizzini Products
05 Articles about MDF Italia
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Feeling for design
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