Lowland, stool

Flexible horizontal compositions

A sofa, a changing landscape made from elemental shapes which dynamically interact with one another. Patricia Urquiola deconstructs the classic sofa, and re-proposes it through a synthesis of surfaces. Simplicity, definition, dynamism and transformation are the uniting characteristics which bring together the individual elements: seats, backrests and armrests are modules which can be coordinated, combined and endlessly reconfigured. In 2000, the designer had already grasped what is now a well-established concept, the creation of system which works as a single piece, a project which goes beyond modularity-as-function to give absolute freedom in creating compositions dedicated to comfort and style.

Elements in stress-resistant polyurethane foam in varied densities and polyester fiber on wood frame. Sled base feet in tubular stainless steel. Glides in PVC on request. Lowland collection covers are removable.

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Lowland