by Anna Moldenhauer | 7/4/2018
The media company Condé Nast Germany has moved to the Richard Meier Building in Munich after an extensive redesign.
The unique shape of the sofa is emphasised by the detailed diagonal stitching that follows and highlights its many sides, bringing movement to its form. The sofa’s stitching is skilful, running diagonally to strongly emphasise the union of the non-orthogonal shapes of each element. The system comprises a three-seater sofa and a pouf that can be used as standalone elements, as well as end units and a chaise-longue available in two different sizes, all of which can be combined with one another. It is also possible to add a series of optional cushions with down padding, available in two different sizes, for an even more comfortable experience.
Structure in belted tubular steel, padded with expanded polyurethane foam and polyester wadding, aluminium feet painted black, removable fabric or leather upholstery from the Cassina Collections.
|Width||1050 mm / 1160 mm / 1330 mm / 1580 mm / 1780 mm / 1850 mm / 2650 mm|
|Height||370 mm / 380 mm / 720 mm|
|Depth||1070 mm / 1130 mm / 1580 mm|
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