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Collett-Zarzycki

Midi Sofa

10 240

L 300 x W 120 x H 78 cm

L 118.11” x W 47.24” x H 30.71”

Seating height : 40 cm / 15.75″

 

Frame and legs in lacquered maple wood

Pictured in Altfield, Thesign Victoria fabric

Price without fabric

Fabric required : 18 mL

Bespoke fabric upon request

 

Made in Venice, Italy

Production lead time : 12 weeks

 

Please contact us for more information or for a bespoke order

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Product Description

This piece is a more naturally shaped free form sofa capable of holding its own in the middle of a room in an informal arrangement. Its theatrical inspirations came from looking at the work of Italian mid-century designer Ico Parisi.

Collett-Zarzycki

Collett-Zarzycki

Collett-Zarzycki are best known for a classic contemporary style, and have a natural tendency towards a formal approach to design. The practice believes that the design process should be an evolutionary one. They are therefore progressive, flexible, and innovative in their approach. This is built on the foundation of the knowledge of classical architecture: The designs for the buildings, environments and furniture respect the classical tradition and at the same time reflect contemporary styles and attitudes. They tackle projects sympathetically from conceptual ideas to implementation of architecture, interiors, unique furniture designs, as well as gardens and landscapes.

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