Setsu & Shinobu Ito
Part of the Rossin 2004 collection Yuku, which in Japanese means “going forward”, is a narrow sofa created to develop linearly along varying curved paths, in a continuous and infinite progression explores new areas and view points of the environment. Its light silhouette with understated metal legs does not intrude the space but, rather, seems like a floating structure that identifies possible paths The design includes a metal double shelved unit that can be added as a cantilever to the end of the sofa. The stretch fabric covering the upholstery contributes to the contemporary style that distinguishes this sofa.
Description: Frame in solid wood and plywood; flame retardant polyurethane foam (density seat 40 kg/m3, backrest 30 kg/m3), covered with fibre wadding; fixed or removable cover; armrests and small lateral tables in Corian® or plywood natural beech or stained, feet's varnished aluminium RAL 9006.
Designer: Setsu & Shinobu ITO