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553 Bowy-Sofa
Cassina >
Patricia Urquiola >
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Product description

Two-seater sofa measurements: 180x100xh.74/41cm
Central module measurements: 90x100xh.74/41cm, 180x100xh.74/41cm
End module measurements: 100x100xh.74/41cm, 120x100xh.74/41cm,
190x100xh.74/41cm, 100x170xh.74/41cm
Corner module measurements: 190x100xh.74/41cm
Chaise-longue measurements: 100x180 xh.74/41cm round, 100x190 xh.74/41cm
Pouf measurements: 90x90xh.41cm, 110x90xh.41cm, 90x156xh.41cm oval.

Product family


Bowy-Sofa, absolute comfort in numerous combinable modules, featuring high-quality tailoring by Cassina. Experiment with the sofa modules for a versatile design. Bowy-Sofa is a modular sofa with soft and welcoming curves that can be composed in a playful way.
Its characteristic shape features a rounded armrest that directly meets the backrest which then emerges beyond the seat units. Circular, semi-circular and rectangular shapes alternate dynamically to create a play of volumes and a graphic silhouette.

Bowy-Sofa is a ground sofa, almost monolithic, and is made up of individual modules with various types
of backrests and seats (central, end, corner and chaise-longue) that have been conceived as sculptural
pieces to be used either alone or in a wide range of compositions.
Precious details highlight its silhouette.
Abounding in detail, this sofa is characterised by padded stitching that outlines the shape of the various elements.

A tailoring challenge masterfully taken on by Cassina, thanks to the company’s consolidated
experience in working with fabrics. Even the corners of the backrest have been skilfully stitched like a haute-couture suit.

The collection is completed with Bowy-Table.
Patricia Urquiola completes the collection with a series of poufs and coffee tables. The Bowy-Tables
feature the same rounded forms as the sofa and are available with a glossy lacquered finish inspired by
the ‘70s or with a more textured wooden top. The tables can be overlapped and intersected to break away from the usual seating schemes.