Roberto Lazzeroni and Ceccotti: an enduring partnership that, growing out of their shared local roots, rests on an idea of design capable of renewing the suggestions of the past through a cultivated, refined and purely contemporary aesthetic. Within this horizon lies the firm’s latest innovative product, the Icosofà divan, so named in homage to the great architect and designer Ico Parisi. Under the banner of a great formal balance, Icosofà displays the sinuous lines and rounded corners typical of a certain strand of American fifties design, together with a strong compositional rigor close to the rationalist styling of the Scandinavian world.
Its curvilinear forms enable the sofa to “embrace” its guests, drawing them closer, embodying an idea of living that enhances sociability. The original curved structure, skillfully hand-crafted in solid American walnut, forms the link between the high, restful back, seemingly suspended in mid-air, and the soft seat with a single, very deep cushion. Icosofà is available in two models: the asymmetrical version has a seat of double depth, while the symmetrical model, produced in two different lengths, has a seat of single depth. The feet are made of brass. The sofa has given rise to the idea of the Icolounge armchair, whose compact size enables it to fit into any type of setting.