The mixing of the languages is also the recurring theme for the Collage sofa. In fact, this piece is a real assemblage composed of three different structures: a chesterfield with its typical capitonnè workmanship of the leather, a lineal and simple design evocative of modern sofas instead defines the middle portion and finally a sinuous chaise lounge, in Louis XV style, romantically defines the corner. Every element is philologically treated to the smallest detail with coverings that are different one from the other: we can then move on from the thick and distressed leather of the chester, to the fabric with geometric patterns in the central portion and beige silk on the seat cushions, to then end with an elegant and sweet flowered jacquard for the chaise longue.
The contradictions and contrasts of shapes is resolved with masterful artisanal wood workmanship so that the metamorphosis and seamless passage from minimalism to abundance, from overstuffed to streamlined, in a perpetual game of merging of styles, giving us the possibility to select which period we want to sit in according to our daily moods.
In 2013, the sofa Collage is covered in an intriguing petrol blue velvet with stitching that creates a pattern of concentric squares.
Modular sofa composed by 3 different structures
chester sofa cm. 105x104x78h (mq. 11)
modern sofa cm. 200x95x78h (mt. 10)
chaise longue cm. 80x180x85h (mt. 8)
Modular sofa composed by 2 different structures
chester sofa cm. 205x104x78h (mq. 21)
modern sofa cm. 100x95x78h (mt. 5)
Designer: Ferruccio Laviani