A pleasurably comfortable sofa that stands out with its generous volumes and soft lines, interpreted in a variety of far from conventional compositions enabling you to rediscover intimate and convivial living.
Sengu Sofa, designed by Patricia Urquiola for Cassina, embodies a strong allusion to Japanese imagery evident above all in the lowered position of the seat and the wooden feet. The name Sengu derives from a well-known Japanese ceremony – the periodic reconstruction of the Ise Shrine – which invites the new generations to rediscover and above all rebuild the values of the past. It is notable for its unexpected combinations, simple geometries, generous padding, natural materials and colors. And for the details that distinguish it: the ergonomic qualities of the seat are enhanced by a soft fold in the backrests and armrests featuring elegant external quilting, repeated in the cushions of the backrest, which become a distinctive graphic sign. This detail is handcrafted by Cassina's staff. Attention to the environment is reflected in the 100% recycled fiber inserted in the padding of the cushions, created thanks to studies by the Cassina LAB (a collaboration between the Cassina Research and Development Center and Poli.design of the Milan Polytechnic). The removable cover comes in leather or fabric from the Cassina collections.