01 product description
Yuuto – a sofa that makes a statement. This range of upholstery offers spacious seating with great comfort. All-encompassing and modular, a sofa landscape is created for the entire family, for friends and for guests by the interaction of volumes with deep seat elements and opulent upholstery. Whether as a single sofa, récamière or large corner configuration – a range of shapes for individual lifestyles from a cosy apartment to a spacious loft.
A landscape of cushions. At first glance. But Yuuto is so much more. In their search for that special comfort, the designers developed “coussins indépendants”: framework, stretched straps, with the soft upholstery on top. Every seat cushion is effectively a sofa in itself. For an extremely comfortable way to relax. No, more than that - for seating comfort par excellence.
Top-quality surfaces draw your attention to the detail: upholstered areas made of natural fabrics, armrests and boards in sturdy saddle leather. Yuuto demonstrates its grandeur down to its very core: matt shimmering servers in copper and bronze are eye-catchers. The practical side tables can be reached from every seat: iPad and remote are quick to hand, tea at five is served without further ado. Different heights, different materials – Yuuto changes its tune to suit the particular background.
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04 Articles about Walter Knoll and EOOS
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Danish design has a contemporary look to it, despite many of the ideas being over 50 years old. At Copenhagen’s “3daysofdesign” there was much talk of tradition and values, and of updating classics.› To the article
What only the giraffe knows
This year during there were once again countless items of furniture and special moments during the Milan Salone. A small photo album of memories.› To the article
Clerics meet Matrizia
“An impure tongue does not taste; dulled senses only notice the sharpest stimuli, or they chew more than they feel.” – Johann Gottfried von Herder› To the article