2002 | 2013
Andy interprets the theme of the sofa without supports and is designed to meet a host of comfort and posture requirements thanks to its easy-to-use mechanical systems. Its distinguishing feature is a developing seat to convert it from sofa to chaise longue. The advancement of both seats makes it large enough to become a bed. The mechanism installed on the backrest allows to adjust inclination from an horizontal position, which is most decorative, to a vertical position, which is extremely comfortable for the back. The collection includes an ottoman which perfectly matches the modules in the system.
Ten years after its debut, the classic Andy sofa is back with new measurements that do not interfere with its ability to morph from sofa to chaise-longe. This classic piece from the decade of 2000 now has four different depths, which vary from the inclination of the backrest and the forward movement of the seats. Aesthetically speaking, it appears softer, and the base was modified with a rod finished in polished chrome or black chrome.
A new terminal element completes the product, and makes it more ductile. It is important to remember that its formal characteristics (forward movement + flat seat) allow Andy ’13 to be converted into an extremely comfortable ben with a depth of 100 cm, that is obtained simply by raising the backrest. If the seat is also moved, the depth increases to 117 cm. Other elements of comfort include the new cushions with a rear roll that functions as a lumbar cushion and headrest.
Designer: Paolo Piva
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