Sogno is a new collection of upholstered seats designed by DIDA Dipartimento di Architettura dell'Università di Firenze and produced by Matrix International. Sogno glances toward the future; it looks to the ways in which a society characterized by different lifestyles express itself in the interiors, and led to the design of a seating system with flexible composition.
The system provides a variety of seating postures which are obtained thanks to a mechanism concealed in the structure: the seat varies from being a super-accessorized couch to becoming a linear, generous day bed where the seat cushion becomes, being reversible, more comfortable. Sogno encourages the user to assume different postures and adapts itself to the need of personalization, sharing, and comfort. We seat on Sogno in an unconventional way for reading, talking, surfing over the Internet, playing, sleeping and above all for dreaming.
Sogno is available in the following sizes: three seats L210 P95 H83 - two seats L150 P95 H83 - armchair L90 P95 H83 - dormeuse L95 P150 H42/83 with two types of backs (singular and double) and several versions of the armrest.
Design by DIDA, Alessia Brischetto, Irene Bruni, Daniela Ciampoli, Vincenzo Legnante, Giuseppe Lotti, Marco Mancini, Marco Marseglia, Francesca Tosi.
The project MIAMI aimed to improve the environmental quality of upholstered furniture products, with particular attention to the contract and led to the creation of prototypes improved from a performance and environmental point of view through the use of innovative substrates and coatings. MIAMI was powered by Matrix International srl in partnership with DIDA Dipartimento di Architettura dell’Universià di Firenze and Centro Sperimentale del Mobile e dell’Arredamento.