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Elements arrives

Our new model combines and conquers

Introducing our new modular lounge, Elements. Sometimes you have to work hard to make a furniture piece fit its setting. Occasionally however, everything just clicks into place. Such is the case with our new modular seating. Now versatile and enduring style is elementary.

Most interior spaces are never quite the same. Be it outlook, lighting, layout, objects or simple everyday usage, the expert interior designer or budding home dilettante knows each area is unique, and it must be carefully shaped to ensure the ‘right’ look.

However, with modern life being so ever changing, a space is also no longer simply ‘one thing’ – it must be adaptable to suit an array of uses from a range of users.

Being able to evolve a major piece of furniture is an advantage within such an environment. It’s what drives us to create modular seating that is both expansive in style and personalised in use.

It’s also probably why we kept the Elements range in research and development for a bit longer than normal to ensure that all the elements worked as promised, time and time again.

It is both the ‘parts’ and the ‘whole’ that makes this range so interesting. For the former, locking the arm/back to the base unit provides a distinctive approach to assembly. For the latter, the creative buttoning and supple, supportive and luxurious cushioning makes the overall aesthetic a dream-like one. The Elements is made for rest and relaxation, for leisure time that’s measured by the hour.

Those wishing to use interesting colours and fabric choices can make this a unique and usable piece too, providing another chance to create a bold individual design statement without compromising ongoing comfort.


Posted on 28/04/2018 by Kovacs

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