A contemporary settee which combines minimalist style with studied functionality. Although based on minimal, cubic shapes, Flexus' brushed stainless steel feet make it look as if it is floating on air.
Panels of particleboard overlaid with polyether foam and 100g/m² polyester quilting. Feet in brushed stainless steel.
Suspension via multi-ply slats. Seat cushion in high resilience polyurethane Bultex foam (28kg/m³ - 3.6kPa). Lumbar cushions in duck feathers (90% feathers/10% down), with compartmented liner. Back in high resilience polyurethane Bultex foam (32 kg/m3 - 2,5 kPa). Thanks to its exclusive mechanism, the seat/back may be held in one of two positions: flat or reclined. The armrests may also be laid flat at the height of the seat cushion, making space for two more people to sit (NB max recommended load per armrest: 70kg), or for someone to lie down flat.
The sophisticated armrest mechanism is exclusive to Ligne Roset, and allows each armrest to be 'detached' from the seat and lowered into place easily.
Flat stitching on the arms, seat and back. Twin-needle stitching in the centre of the back (and the centre of the seat where covers are in hide).
Flexus' sober lines suit plain coverings, e.g. chenilles or hides.
Designer: Peter Maly