Curves, softness and modular systems. From the latest novelties to the classics of design, these are the key elements of the sofas presented at the 60th edition of the Salone del Mobile.
With open lines and generous volumes, these designs are an invitation to cosiness and comfort. The freedom of compositions and the island elements make each sofa the protagonist, ready to be at the centre of the room and suited for any context.
The timeless lines, the all embracing design and soft padding. Cosy Island and Cosy Curve by Francesco Rota for Mdf Italia fully capture the 2022 trend launched at the Salone. Like the previous collection - Cosy - from which they are named, they stand out for their total freedom of composition, creating unexpected patterns and geometries. The wide choice of fabrics make them adaptable to any context.
Open shapes and soft, generous volumes by designer Patricia Urquiola. This is how Sengu Bold by Cassina was born, outdoing its predecessor - Sengu Sofa - enhancing comfort and encouraging conviviality. The wooden structure is there but cannot be seen, while the curves of the upholstery stand out until they reach the ground.
The René sofa, designed by Andrea Parisio for Meridiani, is a round, "cosy and comfortable home", as the brand defines it. The available units and the combination of materials makes this a flexible choice, together with the rounded elements that complement each other. The ottomans are also available in different shapes and with different finishes and with an internal top in glass, marble or leather. The result is a unique piece of furniture that reflects the personality of those who choose it in every small detail.
The Panoramic Sofa, designed by Piero Lissoni for Knoll, is a new multifunctional proposal designed to change in relation to its surrounding space, with almost infinite configurations. From a vis-à-vis, to a super chaise longue, an island, a bench, a daybed or an enticing sofa. The three mobile backs can also be adjusted and repositioned with a simple gesture. What does not change, however, is its comfort and elegance.
The Noah monobloc modular sofa systems, designed by Damian Williamson for Zanotta, makes them suitable for any type of space, from the largest to the smallest. Straight and curved elements also maximise their versatility.
Cleo is the new design by Vincent Van Duysen, architect and creative director of Molteni&C. The modular system allows for many compositions thanks to its rectilinear, angular and self-standing elements. The frame, defined as the "heart of the project", is a "harmonious curvilinear shell" that accommodates both the seat and the back. It almost seems as if Cleo is floating in the middle of the room, thanks to the feet made of a thin layer of varnished steel.
Brera is a horizontal, contemporary and clean design of exquisite elegance by Jean-Marie Massaud for Poliform. This simple and clean piece of furniture is enriched with sartorial details of the highest workmanship: the leather inserts on one hand and the stitching of the new selection of fabrics on the other.
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