Original title: Sofa
The most important piece in any living room, a sofa must possess two essential attributes: comfort and aesthetic appeal. Adjustable backrests, flexible configurations, high-quality cushions, refined looks—designers are full of inspiration, creating models that respond perfectly to the way people live today.
Manufactured by Montauk Sofa, the Hunter sofa produces an irresistible urge to curl up for hours to read, nap or chat. Its gently curved armrests give it a charming, traditional look. Available in a wide range of fabrics.
Berlin designers Tina Bunyaprasit and Werner Aisslinger took inspiration from current interior design needs to create Rolf Benz ADDIT. Available from Avant-Scène, this modular sofa blends with any surroundings, adapting to the configuration and use of the space. Appearing to float, it has a lightweight appearance despite the voluminous inviting cushions.
A living room accent piece, the Develius sofa designed by Edward Van Vliet for Celadon’s &tradition collection is available in a wide range of fabrics, leather and finishes, as well as in multiple sizes and configurations to suit every interior. The taupe version shown here creates a warm, inviting atmosphere.
A matte metal frame holds the curves of the Playback sofa designed by Maurizio Manzoni for Roche Bobois. Comfortable and easy to maintain thanks to its pigmented full grain cowhide cover, this elegant, yet resolutely contemporary model can add a modern touch to a traditional décor.
Design Louis George
With its floating effect and upholstered seat, this corner sofa from Design Louis George offers a sophisticated style that perfectly complements luxurious urban interiors or a Palm Beach-style décor.
Designed by Antonio Citterio for Flexform, the Romeo sectional sofa stands out for its aesthetically balanced lines: tapered feet, perfect seat angle and generously filled goose-down cushions. The grosgrain piping outlining all the stitching subtly emphasizes the harmonious form.
SOHO sectional by GAMMA
The beauty of the Soho leather sectional by Gamma, available at Maison Corbeil, lies in its high-quality, sophisticated details like decorative stitching. A mechanism installed in the backrest allows the sitter to shift between two seat depths, for optimal comfort.
The impeccably proportioned Binario sofa is reminiscent of models popular in the 1960s and 70s. Updated by Pinuccio Borgonovo for Flou, it fits right in, and its leather or fabric cover makes it perfect as either an understated addition or statement piece.
Design Louis George
This cosy sofa from Design Louis George gives the living room a snug ambience. It goes well with both modern and classic style furniture and accessories, beautifully complementing any sophisticated interior.
Known for its high-end, quality furniture, Montreal-based Cameo Collection manufactures and sells comfortable, timeless sofas built to last. Easy to incorporate into all decorating styles, these pieces will be appreciated for years to come.
Available at Maison Corbeil, the Tulip armchair by Gamma stands out for its two-piece backrest and contrasting piping. Its down-filled lumbar support creates a unique, cocooning seat. Perfect for a reading corner or as the finishing touch to the living room.
With its angular shapes, puffy cushions and modular design, this couch from Avenue Design offers a youthful, laid-back look. Available with or without armrests, it can become a day bed when combined with a matching ottoman.
This sofa with its simple, elegant lines perched on graceful feet adds a soothing presence to the space. Its pale shade and gently curved armrests create a serene, inviting atmosphere.
Designed by Giuseppe Viganò, the Saddle couch from Bonaldo stands out for the leather insert under the fabric armrest, which creates an effect reminiscent of a saddle. The padded seat and discreet metal feet emphasize its high-end, contemporary look.