Post-modern three-seat couch by Marzio Cecchi for Studio Most.
Woven leather frame in diamond patterns finished with brass details.
finished with newly upholstered linen cushions.
High end and custom made piece with amazing patina.
This couch is extremely rare and will only be available once.
True collectible design piece by an artist with increased interest.
Marzio Cecchi was a very influential designer who died way too early at the age of 50 in New York City in 1990
He started out as an architect who developed into 360° projects where he custom-designed every single detail including the furniture pieces.
A Ligne Roset classic, Michel Ducaroy’s Togo has been the ultimate in comfort and style for over forty years. The timeless collection features an ergonomic design with multiple density polyether foam construction and quilted covers, making each piece both visually attractive and physically inviting.
A seat dreamt up especially for afternoon siestas or lazy evenings spent in the greatest of comfort, the Togo Lounge is a statement piece of furniture on its own as well as the perfect addition to a Togo sectional.
Designed by the inhouse designers of Morelato, an Italian furniture manufacturer based in Salizzole – Verona
Morelato, after having developed a single bed and a double bed, now introduces a new version of the Giò model, inspired by the design style of the sixties of the famous architect Giò Ponti, who has characterized the history of design of the twentieth century.
A handy and refined sofa bed entirely made of cherry wood. Thanks to its compact size the model is suitable also for small spaces. An extremely handy sofa which when necessary can be into a bed characterized by e refined design and great style Dimensioni: L 215 D 93 H 80
I believe it is more of a (day)bed than a sofa bed.
Elizabeth Garouste was born in Paris in 1949. After her interior design studies at the Camondo School in Paris, she created theater sets for Jean-Michel Ribes before turning to design, which clearly informed her sensibility. In the late 1970s she met Mattia Bonetti and by 1980 the two were collaborating on furniture collections. Garouste and Bonetti quickly became some of the most sought after designers. Their innovative style and whimsical designs have been shown in numerous museums including the Victoria & Albert and Centre Georges Pompidou. She had her first solo exhibition upon joining RALPH PUCCI in 2014.