Cult Design’s collection of modular lounge systems delivers limitless possibilities for comfort, function and visual excellence.
October 6th, 2021
While our environments continue to evolve as multi-faceted hubs and our daily routines redefined day by day, the furniture that surrounds us must follow suit. Today, Cult Design invites you to reimagine the traditional sofa with their modular collection.
Offering endless possibilities and inimitable versatility, Cult Design’s range of modular sofas offers a new perspective on traditional lounging systems. Featuring sofas from &Tradition, nau and HAY, their diverse variety includes grand, striking sofas and pieces with minimal, luxe silhouettes. These brands reconsider the balance of functionality with design, creating modular designs that are as easy to change as they are comfortable and beautiful.
For designs that inspire visual and ergonomic tranquility, look no further than this collection.
Edward van Vliet’s idea of the quintessential modular sofa is seen in Develius. A modular lounge that evolves with you throughout the years, Develius is grand, architectural and puts comfort at the forefront of its design.
Reminiscent of a chaise longue, the elongated, rectilinear seat allows for endless hours of relaxation with room to move around. Each individual component can be easily connected by a metal bracket, which attaches to Develius’ wooden frame. Elevated with a build composed of no-zag springs, HR foam, polyester wadding and premium, tactile upholstery options, Develius embodies functional, style and versatility all at once.
With an array of combinations available and a pre-installed power outlet available upon request, Edward van Vliet invites you to create your own paradise in Develius.
First launched in 2018, the Sofala modular sofa returns with its classical, organic forms and a new corner module to expand its offering. Designed by Adam Goodrum for nau, Sofala is an inviting modular lounge that is much more than meets the eye.
Sofala is named after a small town in New South Wales, located north-west of Sydney within the Bathurst Regional Council. Evocative of the peaceful, rolling green hills of the countryside, Sofala is imbued with a sense of calm and warmth. Defined by its smooth curves and range of burnt, neutral tones, Sofala creates an inviting and relaxing environment, transporting you to your ideal getaway; a place to unwind and find tranquillity.
Suitable for both commercial and residential environments, the lounge’s distinctive piping detail and notable feats of craftsmanship allow for a range of design configurations that can be tailored to fit your space and lifestyle. Made with design longevity and functionality in mind, Sofala by Adam Goodrum is versatile and visually striking.
The Mags Modular Sofa from HAY is designed with maximum comfort and minimal details. With more time spent at home, Mags provides the perfect balance of space, function and style in one modular lounge.
Featuring a low frame and geometric form, this striking lounge is meticulously refined to create a distinct lounging experience. Rounded edges and plump cushions define the Mags aesthetic, creating a subtle and gentle tone within its environment. Taking on a fluid, poetic silhouette, Mags does not compromise on durability and design longevity. Supreme comfort is achieved by the lounge’s construction, crafted with long-lasting high-density foam, covered with interior down padding throughout the build.
The deep seats and open profile create a more welcoming space, enhanced by the wide range of additional functional modular units. With a variety of modules available in premium quality upholstery options, Mags can be fully customised to suit any room or occasion within the residence. Designed to take you from a day of entertainment to a night-in of relaxation, the Mags Modular Sofa is there with you every step of the way.
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