Key facts

Product:
Apsara Sofa
Family:
Apsara
Manufacturer:
Giorgetti >
Designer:
Ludovica+Roberto Palomba >
Architonic ID:
1468817
Country:
Italy
Launched:
2017
Manufacturer groups :
Seating-Sofas >
Groups:
Seating-Sofas >

Product description

Modular seating system available in two depths, with the base in protected aluminum, powder painted in carob colour, made up of afrormosia wooden slats, alternated with others in aluminum. The frame of armrests and backrests is in marine plywood and powder painted steel. The seat, armrest and backrest cushions are in expanded polyurethane and fibre with a waterproof cover. The upholstery, with fabrics from the Open-air collection, is completely removable, with the piping in waterproof eco-leather available in various colour shades. Small round, square and rectangular tables in steel, with the top available in Peltrox or in grigio oriente marble, are available either freestanding or to be fixed to the base frame. Two stainless steel pins enable to position the different padded parts and the small tables on the aluminum slats of the base, so that they can be removed and positioned at different depths. The back is also available with a reclining movement. It is available as an accessory a shading cover with the frame in woven leather in carob colour or in metal powder painted in carob colour.

Product family

Concept

The highly flexible Apsara outdoor seating system has a design that can be re-arranged every day according to requirements, with wood as the main feature for a domestic, contemporary interpretation of the typical deck. A platform arranged as an oasis of tranquillity where outdoor living can be enjoyed according to the time of day, one's schedule and one's guests. The base is available in two sizes: classic and extra-large, for those who prefer more generous, comfortable proportions. With a carob coloured aluminium frame with sections in afrormosia wood, the system leaves space for comfortable back cushions with completely water-proof covers, which, combined with those of the chair, become structural elements that are still movable and removable to allow maximum flexibility throughout the day. A collection of textiles with especially refined colours and textures, less common in outdoor furniture, further enhances the infinite possibilities for customising this seating system. As if designed as accessories, small, round, square and rectangular tables complete the scene and provide useful surfaces.

The Apsara modular seating system used by Giorgetti to launch its outdoor range continues to grow, offering an increasing amount of personalisation to satisfy every demand for comfort. There is a new chaise longue with a reclining backrest, which can be accessorised with a series of small tables, either free-standing or attachable to the chaise longue. Here again, Ludovica and Roberto Palomba were inspired by the concept of simple living, creating a very low platform in carob coloured aluminium alternated with afrormosia wood slats, which holds a movable composition of cushions with removable, waterproof covers, so outdoor living can be a relaxing experience. It guarantees relaxation with the functionality of the chaise longue being supported by a shading cover made from either woven leather or metal.