Home' Scoop Homes and Art : Insite 25 Winter 2010 Contents MILAN TREND
You ve got permission to lounge about or chill out as designers
invite us to sink into, rather than sit on, our sofas, chairs and beds.
"I wanted this kind of chair to look obviously
comfortable; to have the kind of shape that
relaxation might take if it were portrayed in
a picture" -- Naoto Fukasawa on his Piccola
Papilio chair, B&B Italia bebitalia.com.
"The leather upholstery is generously plump by design, affording
the kind of welcoming softness and comfort that appeases the eye
even before the body" -- Francesco Binfaré on his Brenno sofa,
which features a specially treated natural leather, Edra edra.it.
Designed for "crashing out": Konstantin
Grcic s Crash armchair, Established &
Super comfy and crafty stitching:
Patricia Urquiola-designed Bend
sofa, B&B Italia bebitalia.com.
"I loved the Rolf Benz Norbert Beck-designed Plura sofa: a formal
upright sofa that morphs into a comfortable, fully reclined lounge.
It s the ultimate in transformable luxury and very practical for
today s multifunctioning living spaces" -- Andrew Thornton-Hick,
Ultimo Interiors (08) 9201 2479, ultimointeriors.com.au.
Decadent dreams: Vincenzo De Cotiis-designed DC
bed with leather headboard and base and burnished brass or
nickeled iron detail, Ceccotti Collezioni ceccotticollezioni.it.
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