The Kanaha project interprets the sofa in a new multimateric version, of expressive impact thanks to its exposed metal structure, with cushions tapered near the armrests. The seat and back cushions seem to float, resting at the sides on slender cowhide supports; the perimeter is a light borderline, leaving room for all the vigor of the volumes of the sort, enveloping seat. Kanaha is a sofa that combines different materials and finishes; it comes in monochrome versions, but also with contrasting finishes.
Monolith is a project for an organic sofa composed of immediately understandable modular volumes. A “family feeling” links this upholstered furniture to a range of functions, avoiding aesthetic virtuosity and focusing on usability, accessories and the magic of details. Like a garment, the fabric fits over the cushions with visible vertical zippers. The study of details does not alter the rigor of a sofa that has an innovative modular design and a range of accessories, such as the privacy panel; a textile divider that brings intimacy, like a wing indicating the area of belonging, positioned at will by the user. The rectangular top in eucalyptus is joined by round tops in metal tubing; a clear, precise sign, softened by circular and transparent surfaces.