A tribute to relaxation with imaginary rooms, where wallpapers and carpets generate surreal walls and floors. Rooms for new sofas, big, modular, for infinite compositions

Grande Soffice, designed by Francesco Binfaré per Edra, a modular sofa with soft curves and a reclining back, padded with Gelly Foam and goosedown, seen here in the coal-color textile version for three seats and ottoman. Rooms by Serena Confalonieri for Carpet Edition, a hand-tufted carpet in New Zealand wool, hung on the wall.

 

Monopoli sofa for maximum compositional flexibility thanks to the free positioning of backs and armrests; structure in metal and wood with elastic belting, filled with down and variable-density polyurethane, removable fabric cover; designed by Marc Sadler for Désirée, Euromobil Group. In the background, Rays lamp in acrylic by Marta Bakowski for Roche Bobois and I’m Milano wallpaper by Carlo Stanga for Wallpepper, made to measure in ecocompatible material.

 

Daniels, designed by Christophe Delcourt for Minotti, is a seating system for original compositions of strong visual impact: the linear sofa can be combined with curved and elliptical elements, adding not only armrests but also poufs and low incorporated cabinets; in multiple depths, seen here in the corner chaise longue version, in leather and fabric. On the wall, used as a tapestry, the Focus rug in Himalayan wool and pure silk, by Lorenzo Petrantoni for Limited Edition by Illulian.

 

Avio Sofa System by Piero Lissoni for Knoll, system of modular upholstered furnishings with an innovative take on technology: the load-bearing structure is composed of a steel beam from which support points branch out for seats, backs and tables, yielding infinite combinations. Seen here in the textile corner version with cantilevered top in green marble. On the wall, the Microcosmo wallpaper by Dainellistudio for Exclusive Wallpaper 20 of Londonart.

 

Free, a deconstructed seating system: the seat is a simple sommier with runner feet in burnished metal, backs for free positioning with slip-proof support, filler in variable-density expanded polyurethane; designed by R&D Twils for Twils Lounge. In the background, the Orchid floor lamp in sand color with three light sources, by Rainer Mutsch for Axolight, and Ozio wallpaper made to measure, by Tommaso Guerra for Wall&Decò, in vinyl.

 

Gregor, designed by Vincent Van Duysen for Molteni&C, is a seating system composed of various rectilinear, corner or peninsula parts for creative combinations. The steel base with zinc finish is supported by steel feet and covered in fabric or leather, with wing armrests and trapezoidal armrests, padded for greater comfort. L’Odyssée wallpaper that references the gardens of Kyoto, Japan, Songe d’Eté Marais collection by Christian Lacroix for Designers Guild.

 

Shiki, designed by Damian Williamson for Zanotta, a sofa inspired by the simplicity of the Japanese futon, suggesting the idea of a padded mattress on a wooden structure covered in fabric, to which to add the quilted motif of the seat; shown here in the petroleum-color corner version with Tocco fabric in cotton-wool-linen blend. Ladybug table in coated sheet metal by Angeletti Ruzza Design for My Home Collection. In the background, Tropical Swim wallpaper by Kevin Lucbert for Hermès.

 

Westside multifunctional system to permit creation of various combinations, from the double-face island to the classic corner sofa: the modules are without joints, freely grouped; the back cushions rest on a solid wood base, while the ends can be fitted with shelves. Designed by Jean-Marie Massaud for Poliform. Caleido table in metal, top in matte painted MDF with digital printing, by Nicola Gisonda for Mentemano. On the wall and the floor, the Biloba rugs in tufted viscose and wool suggest – with their geometric form – the movement of ginkgo leaves; by Laura Pozzi, The Haute Couture Collection, Besana Moquette.

Digital processing Paolo Riolzi and Anna Arzuffi