The Butterfly sofa, designed by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, provides comfort and an open and generous spirit, but remains discreet thanks to the balance of its proportions. Its extraordinary comfort comes, on the one hand, from the pleasant and soft padding, since the user is always surrounded by cushions and never comes into contact with any hard piece. It also contributes to comfort its refined adjustment mechanism of the lateral and rear backrests, which helps to adapt the position so that the user is comfortably seated or reclining.
Although the Mariposa sofa has been designed as a two-seater sofa, it offers enough space for three people. The name refers to its sophisticated operation: the mobility of support areas, extraordinarily soft despite its thinness, reminded designers of the movement of the wings of a butterfly.