Trigono sofa with structure in natural or ash gray solid oak, composed of two lateral trestles, a central beam, rear belting in leather or fabric; body in wood for the seat, with polyurethane cushions covered in fabric or leather. Completely removable covers, with a weighted armrest cushion. Designed by Michele De Lucchi for Alias.
Left, Étiquette armchair with structure in coated steel, back in solid ash; seat with natural or dyed cowhide belting, goosedown cushion with support in memory foam and polyurethane. Back and armrests in goosedown with polyurethane support clad in cotton canvas, covered in removable or fixed velvet or leather. Thermoplastic feet. Designed by GamFratesi for De Padova. Right, Kor chair with structure in chromium-plated steel tubing, orthogonal weave in plastic belting, seat and back in flameproof variable-density foam with cover in removable fabric or leather. Designed by William Sawaya for Sawaya & Moroni.
Left, Corallo chair with branching structure in coated metal rod, polyurethane cushions with removable fabric cover in a single color option. Designed by Paolo Grasselli for Bonaldo. Right, Costela chair with base in matte black painted metal, seat composed of curved walnut-stained ash slats, padded polyurethane cushions covered in quilted leather or fabric. Designed by Martin Eisler in 1952 and produced by Tacchini.
Miami monoblock sofa with structure in solid beech and poplar, elastic belting, polyurethane padding with down and synthetic liner for the cushions. The covering is in fabric, suede, leather or eco-leather, or made to order. The sofa has a seat that rests on a light structure with bronze feet and folding back. Designed by Maurizio Manzoni for Cantori.