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The rise (and rise) of the Loft

We launch a bold new settee design

The layout of the modern house is in many ways far different than previous decades. The desegregation of rooms and the reconfiguration of warehouse/apartment spaces now offer the luxury of positioning key furniture pieces where they have room to breathe, to stand out and exert their influence on the space around them.

Designing for such a space can be difficult however. Any settee must look aesthetically striking from every angle. It must often provide multiple uses for a kitchen, a lounge and a dining purpose. And it must have a sense of the classic, providing the dependable interior cornerstone even as it sits front and center.

We’re proud of our new entry into this category – the Loft. In the short time since its debut this settee has received sky-high feedback and we expect it to gain even more fans as word gets out.

Our design inspiration for the Loft stems from a number of sources – everything from the archetypal New York loft to the refined class of art deco design. The Loft provides a little of the industrial and a lot of the comfortable – it’s cloud-like style and sturdy construction seemingly at odds with how gracefully it rests upon the steel structure.

For a long, luxurious time spent relaxing and recharging we think you should launch yourself into the Loft. Find one at your local stockist and try it out!




 

Posted on 05/08/2015 by Kovacs

Tagged under: couch, design, furniture, Loft, settee
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