MODULAR ÉTIQUETTE SOFA/ ARMCHAIR
GamFratesi – 2018
Creativity is limitless, especially when it comes to sofas, the furniture piece able to define rooms and living spaces. For this reason, the modular version of the Étiquette sofa is now available with components that can be matched together with middle or end joining feet and completed with intermediate or angular wooden tables. A brand-new armchair completes the collection.
A modular version of Étiquette featuring a series of modules that can be matched thanks to middle or end joining feet / legs and to intermediate and corner small tables.
The unique metal structure with back in metal and wooden bar.
Frame: powder coated steel, black-coloured. Horizontal back element in solid aniline-dyed ash wood, charcoal coloured, finished with transparent water-based or solvent-based paint. Straps in mineral pigmented cowhide – natural or brown colour. Armrests in steel, padded with foamed polyurethane and covered with polyester velveteen. Seat cushion goose down with memory foam support and foamed polyurethane, covered in cotton cloth.
For the UK market alone, the memory foam parts are made of foamed polyurethane. Back and armrest cushions in goose down with support in foamed polyurethane, covered with cotton cloth. Loose cushion in goose down covered in cotton cloth. External cover: removable cover in fabric or non-removable in leather or velvet.
Tops of small tables in white Carrara marble, Calacatta Oro, Valentine Grey, Grey Stone.
W. 96 / 192 / 288 D.97 / H. 73 cm.
Small table dimensions:
W. 92×92 / H. 28 cm.
“The structure is typically Scandinavian and evokes the strong relation and passion between De Padova and the 50’s Scandinavian design. The project represents the encounter between North European language and Italian craftsmanship and creates an internationally recognisable product with strong origins yet projected into the future. The structure is rigorous, rhythmic and linear, while the craftsmanship is emphasised and reinterpreted in metal by the simple and essential design.” GamFratesi