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Thea, the new modular sofa originates from an interdisciplinary approach towards upholstered furniture, from the collaboration of a product designer – Lina Obregon – with a fashion designer – Carolina Galan – and from a long and deep planning work in search of a female interpretation of shapes and of the balance of guidelines in apparent antithesis: comfortable, cozy – tidy, dynamic – rigorous, lightweight – highly compact. Thea’s eclecticism lies in the harmonious research of different points of view: frontally orthogonal, sideways tilted and concave on the back. The sofa is highly original and dynamic just because it melts all of these languages: it is a game of projections and shapes that gives its design a unique and recognisable sign. Womanhood is enhanced by the coating: just like a dress that wraps and drapes volumes, folds perfectly stick to the modules’ shapes. While conceiving Thea’s coating and relating accessories that enrich and complete it, the designer adopted a tailor-like working method, thus enhancing the dictates of “haute couture”: quality, stylistic research, craftsmanship, respect for the Italian tradition, top quality fabrics. Her style is essential, refined, linear, focusing on shape, with top attention to details as to workmanship and fabrics selection. Top care for tailoring details, as well as for the dictates of Italian tailoring, by using different seams. Application of bias seaming and contrast edging in three different colours (white, dove grey and dark grey) in order to define angles, curves and shapes. Six functional accessories complete the collection, designed to express at best the whole system’s versatile and practical nature. Upholstered furniture changes trim without using any mechanism, the wished comfort is achieved quite simply through small gestures. The new “dynamic accessory” concept meets different needs and uses Moreover it is able to adapt and transform in time. It changes during the various moments of the day, it modifies and updates over the years.



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