Classique will launch this luxurious new modular seating range from EGO Paris, at Saturday in Design 2008.
November 21st, 2008
In May this year, furniture pieces from renowned French company, EGO Paris, were spread out amongst the swarms of celebrities along Majestic Beach, as part of the Cannes International Film Festival.
One such glamorous piece was the new KAMA modular lounge seating, by Benjamin Ferriol. Consisting of parallel clean lines directing the shape of aluminium beams, the KAMA lounge uses a multi-position cushion, for unlimited modular configurations. KAMA can alternate between various sofas, a chaise-lounge or even a large day-bed.
Available with high density, water resistant foams ideal for indoor-outdoor use, the cushions are covered with a choice of seven different Sunbrella® fabrics and the thick aluminium frames are available in 14 different powdercoat-lacquer finishes.
Also available in the KAMA range, is a matching coffee table and lightweight aluminium serving tray, which doubles as a side table.
This gorgeous range will take anyone to the French Riviera.
The range is available in Australia through Classique and will launch in Melbourne this August, at Saturday In Design.
When: Friday, 8th August, 8am-10:30pm and Saturday, 9th August, 9am-6pm
Where: Saturday In Design, ONDERGRONDS Bar & Lounge
Lower level – 27 Russell Street (cnr Flinders Lane), Melbourne.
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