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During the decision-making process to purchase an upholstered sofa, comfort represents one of the most important variables, if not fundamental for a productʼs choice, even prior to the aesthetic factor. In conceiving this sofa, the designers, as they reflected about the good comfort level thinking about car seats, have set a goal, i.e. to combine the aesthetic-formal rigour of a home chair with top comfort for the end user.
The goal has been achieved by introducing a mechanism of the latest generation that allows for a highly precise electronic adjustment, of both the backrest and the seat, independent of each other.
Technological innovation turns the sofa, itself a static object, into a ʻdynamicʼ product with a playful content, capable of arousing emotions of surprise in the end user.
Varnished metal supporting structure, upholstery in variable density expanded polyurethane and cover in polyester wadding. H 15 cm leg with sled base in aluminium die-casting in polished finish or painted in the following colours: matt white or matt anthracite grey. Available in three sizes, with low backrest H68 or high backrest H80, fixed or movable.
Height-adjustable backrest and seat
An innovative electrically-controlled system allows to tilt the backrest and to increase the seat to adapt it to different comfort requirements. Height-adjustable backrest to –7cm (- 10°), while the seat can be adjusted to increase its depth up to +15 cm. The system consists of an electric motor, a battery, a transformer-motor control unit and a cordless radiofrequency remote control.
It works with a rechargeable battery.
|680 mm, 800 mm|
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