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Togo, A Classic Sofa from the 1970’s

It was the first fully-foam settee, at once simple and refined – perfect for an easy, untramelled way of life. The low seat platform, together with the undulating curves of the seat and back, invite relaxation. A true classic designed in the 1970’s. Its designer, Michel Ducaroy, has brought limitless possibilities to the world of sitting.
Ligne Roset has now developed a Mini Togo & Baby Togo.

Togo, by Michel Ducaroy, for Ligne Roset

Flipt, A Lounge & Armchair by Jeff Miller

Convertible armchair & chaise lounge with steel structure, polyurethane seat and chromed steel base. A mechanism makes it possible to flip the seat forward, opening up and thus doubling the length of the chair.

Flipt, by Jeff Miller, for Baleri Italia

Solaio Evolved 93–08 by Horm

A graphic game that becomes a further response to contemporary trends that suggest light, versatile bookshelves, that are simple and straight-forward only at first sight. Based on the Solaio model designed in 1993 this evolution of that system has been renamed 93–08.

93–08, by Carlo Cumini, for Horm

Doda—The Club Chair by Molteni & C

Doda is an interpretation of the classic bergère in more contemporary style. A welcoming armchair, which stands out for its measured proportions between thicknesses and the meetings of straight and curved lines. Sit back, stretch out and relax.

Doda, by Ferruccio Laviani, for Molteni & C

Les Forets by Pascal Mourgue

This unique low table features a laser cut treetop shaped design. Constructed of laser cut sheet steel, finished in stone gray or brown-gray; base in a brilliant polished stainless steel, to give it some depth.

Les Forets, by Pascal Mourgue, for Ligne Roset

Contemplate the Lotus Sofa by Globe

Lotus is an elegant set of furniture consisting of a sofa, chair, table and swivel chairs. The form suggests a sitter in a lotus position, we like the ultra thin supports, making the seat seemingly float in the air.

Lotus Sofa, by Stephan Borgen Hertzog & Flemming Busk, for Globe Furniture

Cone by Verner Panton

Characterized by Poul Henningsen as “stubborn and forever young” Verner Panton used his imagination and enthusiasm to combine high-tech materials, playful shapes and an array of bold colours.

Vitra Cone Table, and Cone Stool, by Verner Panton

Smith Lounge System from Minotti

The Smith Lounge System is designed for use in shared spaces. nevertheless, at the fair you are going to realize that this system can be effectively matched with the models of the new collection. Smith is available in one size and can be fitted with two differently sized backrests which can take several positions on the bench, with just one move. It can be optionally supplied with armrest or decorative cushions.

Smith, by Rodolfo Dordoni, for Minotti

Antonio Citterio Spoon Table by Kartell

The new folding Spoon Table by Antonio Citterio has a tabletop of only 15 mm thick, which is both steady and lightweight. The moulded legs ensure sturdiness and good looks, while the knee mechanism has been designed to make it easy to fold and unfold.

Spoon Table, by Antonio Citterio, Toan Nguyen, for Kartell

Landscape Chaise Lounge by Jeffrey Bernett

An invitingly comfortable, sleek, delicate form resting on a metal base: the minimalist design makes this chaise Lounge look especially light. Thanks to its magnet retainer, the headrest can be fixed into the best position for enjoying an afternoon rest.

Landscape, by Jeffrey Bernett, for B&B Italia

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