GODARD, designed by Matteo Thun and Antonio Rodriguez for Baxter, is a collection of sofas, armchairs and poufs that continues the same philosophy as the previous “Içi Bourgeois” and “Belle de Jour” collections. The theme of conservative luxury, using precious materials and refined details, links all three collections. Simplicity of form and a reduction in volumes are new features seen in the GODARD range. With this in mind, GODARD is perfectly suited to both smaller residential settings or as an essential part of hotel rooms or lounges for public use. The collection’s expressive style is the result of a careful study of proportions, the use of tactile materials and the colours chosen for the upholstery and contrasting stitching. GODARD is named after the French director, Jean-Luc Godard, whose film Le Mépris was the source of inspiration for the collection.
Design: MATTEO THUN