Flexform presents its new collection, Indoor 2020, loaded with new and comfortable proposals, from the hand of great designers such as Antonio Citterio.
The new collection Flexform, Indoor 2020, presents models that follow the line of the successful firm and that at the same time add a new aesthetic impulse, inspired by a sober and relaxed elegance, but without losing the personality that makes them the protagonists of your home.
New sofas, armchairs, chairs, tables and beds, with their timeless design, they have the ability to adapt to both classic and modern styles. The materials used by Flexform are synonymous with durability; without, in addition, distancing oneself from the design: metallic bases, aluminum or wood are the star components. Meanwhile, the wide variety of fabric or leather finishes offers the versatility to combine with all types of environments.
As always, the strength of Flexform is the comfort of the sofas and armchairs. The firm is committed to the artisan manufacture of upholstery and an attention to detail, turning its models into exclusive pieces. The cushions are filled with blown polyester fiber and goose down.
Some of the products in this 2020 Flexform collection are as follows:
- Asolo sofa: Designed by Antonio Citterio, its novelty lies in the armrests, available in two widths, characterized by a refined hem, an aesthetic-formal attention that reveals the ability to impeccably tailor the most complex details.
- Gregory bed: It is supported on the ground by a metal frame and die-cast aluminum legs in a variety of elegant finishes that create a sophisticated combination with the proposed leather tapes in tobacco, dark brown and black.
- Joyce armchair: A distinctive element is its metal structure, which not only supports the frame but also transforms into an interesting aesthetic motif that characterizes the seat back.
- Pico side table: They are available in a variety of different sizes and are characterized by great versatility and a high degree of customization thanks to the innumerable combinations that can be made between the finishes of the top and the structure.
- Tessa armchair: Noted for the light but robust framework of the seat and backrest, which is made of handmade esparto, an ancient art that dates back to the Italian rural tradition.
- First Steps chair: The passionate search for the essence of things from its designer, Christophe Pillet, is fully manifested in this collection, since in its poetic simplicity it seems to refer us back to the archetype of the chair-object.