New from B&B Italia.....

Dock

The new upholstered Dock sofa system by Piero Lissoni is a safe haven in the home. The Dock’s shape is based around a solid platform which supports the eclectic compositions that span horizontally. The platform is a dynamic element, which extends for the sofa’s entire length to form a base. The narrower armrest is available in two depth sizes and is generously padded like the backrest. 

Parallel Structure

Designed by Michael Anastassiades, for B&B Italia

Two imposing aluminium bars joined by two side supports is the concept for the first table designed by Michael Anastassiades for B&B Italia. A basic structure with a minimal and essential vision. Available with glass or wooden top in various Oak finishes or Canaletto walnut. 230 / 280 x 106cm

Pablo

Designed by Vincent Van Duysen for B&B Italia

Pablo has a double thick leather layer with light seat padding which is barely visible but capable of ensuring comfort.

Solid wooden frame in various Oak finishes or Canaletto walnut

 

 

Jack

Jack is the result of the first collaboration between B&B Italia and Michael Anastassiades. Known for his skills in working with light, the Cypriot designer has designed a modular bookcase system with a striking degree of technological perfection.

 

New from Maxalto.....

Apollo

Apollo is a new range of upholstered furniture designed for Maxalto by Antonio Citterio. The collection is composed of three sofa types, united by pleasantly curved but rigorous lines, which distinguishes each element and creates a harmony between curves and linear forms. In its fluid shape, where the corners seem designed to accommodate the body, geometry becomes comfort with Apollo. At first glance, the upholstery of the seat and cushions, the backrest height, the lack of feet, and the generous seat depth are the elements that make Apollo welcoming and appealing. The fabric covers are embellished with a raised stitch detail, while for the leather covers sport a sophisticated envelope stitching. With its clear, easy-to-understand shape Apollo stands out

Foscarini News 2019