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Prime sofa | Image courtesy of Desnahemisfera, M Tom

Prime sofa

Oct 01 2013, 10:30 am 0 Marco Russo

We continue our journey among the projects presented during the London Design Festival with “Prime”, the sofa made by the designers of Desnahemisfera studio for the brand M Tom, and exhibited in the pavilion of 100%Design dedicated to the Slovenian design. A piece of furniture with a contemporary and essential style consisting of a metal structure enriched and made comfortable by voluminous and cozy paddings. Rigid lines, solid volumes and neat cuts define a unique figure, a sofa capable, through three mobile modules, to respond to any need for additional seating and to adapt to any living space. A space-saving solution that can be transformed depending on the requirement and fully furnish the living area with a complete and functional lounge: through few simple gestures it is in fact possible to go from three places, offered initially by the sofa itself, to six seatings, pulling out two armchairs from the sides and, from the central part, a basic element which can be used as a seat, table or relaxing footrest.

Designer: Desnahemisfera

Tags: armchair chair design designer furniture geometric sofa steel table

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