No one likes standing in the corner, and less still to be put up against the wall. Why shouldn't upholstered furniture stand in the centre – as the true centrepiece of our lives? We no longer sit on it like a throne, but do exactly what we feel like doing – alone or with friends or family: reading, watching TV, chatting, working on a laptop or just relaxing! The designers at Metrica tackled this task on behalf of COR and created PILOTIS, a surprisingly new seating furniture concept with an architectural periphery that emerges, almost of its own accord, from a variety of round or square side tables, shelf-like spaces and stools. The innovative upholstered furniture concept embraces sumptuous sofa and lounger elements (also with interesting sloping surfaces), upholstered back attachments and cosy back and arm rest cushions. And PILOTIS surprises with filigree metal feet as a base solution, somehow reminiscent of Le Corbusier's pillar constructions. Available in fabric and leather, side tables and shelf spaces in wood or lacquer in custom colours, feet variants in metal.