Katana Small Sofa
Thus the elliptical section of the leg emphasizes its elegant and solid supporting element.
The padded seat, simple and closed, suggests possible variations of shapes, dimensions and materials in relation to use and comfort.
Finally, the back formally released from the seat, allows you to free its nature of element strongly characterizing the seat: it can then be dilated or enveloping, high or low, rigid or soft, exaggerated or contained, allowing even in this case the freest combination of variations.
ADAMO & EVA
An exquisite quality of Italian-made cotton velvet that is soft, versatile and hard-wearing. A palette of 19 colours comprising striking, traditional and neutral shades.
Yarns of different types and thicknesses create a textural weave and confer a slight matelassé effect to the surface. Soft and consistent to the hand, hardwearing and ideal for heavy duty seating.
Panama weave with slightly shot yarns. Even here the Dedar offer extends with the linen and viscose cloth, which is durable, bright, boasts a rich texture (Flair, Fifty Fifty, Chambray, Aut Aut, Arbus). A special, careful blend of linen and viscose and a new construction which enables a reduction of the textile weight whilst guaranteeing the aesthetic quality, usage and durability, and also offering good value. This textile, just like the others in this range, feature a waterrepellent treatment which offers specific protection from liquids and oils.
Bringing together both natural beauty and a sense of finesse, the creative team have mixed colours of yarn in warp and weft to create an elegant yet casual fabric. The result has a unique structured surface that adds and extra dimension to any interior design scheme. With a back cloth that gives extra stability, Clay is perfect for upholstering furniture.
The colours are inspired by the designer’s love of both art and interiors and include cool shades of cement, blue, and salvia but also the natural shades of wood and clay.
A classic twill. A particularly thick thread/yarn highlights the “Z” diagonal motif which makes the fabric more dynamic. The shiny and matt threads enhance the effect of the light on the surface.
Paolo Rizzatto was born in 1941 in Milan and graduated in Architecture at Politecnico di Milano in 1965.
In his Milanese studio he works as freelance professional in the field of architecture, interior design, and design. In 1978 he founded the company Luceplan with Riccardo Sarfatti.