Francesco Binfaré, in designing his new sofa, observed the real life of painters in their studios, where the course of existence had left marks and folds on a threadbare sofa. Binfaré recognized there a concept of comfort as intriguing as it is distant fr
om the code of orderly perfection. The result is Sfatto, whose name means ‘disheveled’, with its ultra-soft padding and adjustable backrest, covered in heavy fabrics. As always in the Edra philosophy, achieving this ‘informal’ image was preceded by com
plex research, consisting on the one hand of sophisticated engineering, and a long process of manual finishing on the other. With one simple movement, Sfatto allows the user to easily switch from a classic low divan to a high, inviting sofa.