Meritalia introduces Pillowcase, designed by Italo Rota and Alessandro Pedretti.
May 21st, 2012
The designers poetically describe Pillowcase as an island consisting of “cushions which variously combined predispose themselves in forms, materials and colours, in order to welcome us in big comfort. A family of seats, each with its own identity and infinite possibilities of combinations for our desires.”
Internal cushions are in a patchwork modular motive, with a holding base in rigid polyurethane. The feet of the piece are in chromed metal.
Pillowcase is available in various colours, in leather or fabric.
Meritalia is distributed in Australia through Dahm Studio.
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