A new range of high-end, Italian, modular-seating from Classique is coming to Sydney Indesign.
August 2nd, 2013
Described as, “A modern, company with a history and heritage entwined with the finest furniture making.” Pierantonio Bonacina is a brand presenting the finest in Italian craftsmanship backed by the work of world-renowned designers.
In the Muffin collection, Piero Lissoni has created a low profile, modular sofa system that employs a solid wooden frame.
Polyurethane foams of varying densities and double layer fibres hint to the care taken in delivering a quality lounge offering.
Comprised of four segments: two lengths with back rest, a chaise and a pouf, the Muffin Collection’s flexibility comes in being able to mix and match the various seats to suit the needs of the space and a variety of applications.
Muffin’s sheer edges and contemporary form, serves to not only extend the collection’s versatility in configurations but also allows for boundless creativity in the selection of complementary or contrasting upholstery, all covers also removable.
Muffin will be on launched in Australia this August at Sydney Indesign, Drop in to Galleria and visit Classique to explore all the potential and sophistication of the Muffin collection.
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