The Albi is a new contemporary modular lounge designed by Norman and Quaine. It is available in many configurations making it suitable for both residential and commercial applications in varied interiors. Possibilities include placing lounges end to end to create a lounge or an ottoman 5400mm long. More typically used as a corner suite sizes […]
January 14th, 2009
The Albi is a new contemporary modular lounge designed by Norman and Quaine.
It is available in many configurations making it suitable for both residential and commercial applications in varied interiors.
Possibilities include placing lounges end to end to create a lounge or an ottoman 5400mm long.
More typically used as a corner suite sizes vary between 1800 x 2700mm to 2700 x 3750 with an option for open ottoman ends.
Elevated off the floor and with a low back and loose cushions in mixed sizes its appearance is lightweight and casual.
The opportunity to upholster in a playful mix of pattern and colour allows individual expression.
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