Rod, the new sofa designed by Piero Lissoni, features a distinctive slender back, and light, airy shell, lined with inviting cushions. Raised up on 12 mm wide chrome-plated steel feet, screwed into the frame, Rod comes in set dimensions, as an armchair, bench and two- or three-cushion sofa, available in two different depths. Its distinction lies in the possibility of choosing different coverings for the shell and cushions – enhanced with quilted details and bold buttons (or, on demand, only quilted or with no quilting)- mixing finishes with striking two-tone and two-material effects and captivating leather/fabric combos. The supporting structure is in painted tubular and drawn steel, and the seat is sprung with coated rubber webbing. Brushed or glossy stainless steel feet are screwed into the base with a 70-mm turned bush, embedded and welded to the supporting structure. Back- and arm-rests in 8-mm HPL plywood. Covering in 100% polyester, heat-bonded onto a polyamide velveteen backing. Back and seat cushions in sanitised goose down with polyurethane foam insert. The seat cushions are quilted, and feature bold buttons. The armrest cushions are in polyurethane foam and goose down, with supporting panel in poplar plywood. Fully removable fabric or leather covers, with Velcro fastening. Dimensions: XL sofa version: 240 / 285 x 106 x 70 cm.