With the addition of Flexform’s new Edmond Sofa, Australian company Fanuli only showcases the best.
December 10th, 2013
Flexform’s classic and innovative designs are born out of a decades-long family tradition operating from a small town in the North of Italy. Renowned for its high quality furniture production, the Flexform brand has been instantly recognisable for almost half a century, and over the last twenty years it has given rise to an extensive range of products that have taken their place in the history of Italian design.
Their latest design is certainly no different. Constructed in metal with polyurethane filling and covered in coated protective fabric, the Edmond Sofa is just as innovative as it is versatile. But the most obvious attribute of the Edmond soda is of course its simplistic beauty. Its minimal, fluid design and balanced proportions are the foundation of a design that does not overpower but complements its space. Its base consists of a metal frame oven enamelled with epoxy powder.
The Edmonda Sofa by Flexform is available as a sofas, chair, modular and ottoman versions in various sizes from Fanuli.
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