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 (requires simple disassembly of arms and back).