Bedda the first project of the American designer Terry Dwan for Driade, is characterized by a particular arm, higher, quite unusually, than the back, to suggest a possible use of the sofa as a chaise longue. Bedda is intentionally so: linear, but volumet
ric at the same time, thought to be positioned as freestanding, born to a living room conversation as for relaxed gestures. above all, thanks to a rich schedule of composition, Bedda appears suited to solve the many situations that But contemporary life p
resents. For these reasons it can be called a strongly metropolitan sofa.