Designed by Jean-Marie Massaud, the Santa Monica collection is known for its casual and chic style.
May 29th, 2014
The collection features a comfortable and relaxed design that can be used commercially or residentially in formal or informal environments.
The collection is available in non-removable leather or a removable slipcover in a range of colours and trims. The Santa Monica collection is durable and flexible as its covers can be easily changed creating a new feel to the setting.
The Santa Monica collection is made of a flexible moulded polyurethane structure with elements in multi-density foam, and a pre-covering in goose feathers and polyester padding.
The Santa Monica sofa comes in a 2.2m size, featuring a low line back.
The armchair maintains the rounded and distinctive shape of the sofa, complete with the same low back and informal style.
The Santa Monica lounge armchair is the hero of the collection, defined by its high back and sloping armrests, it pairs perfectly with the rounded ottoman.
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