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Saba Italia NEW YORK SUITE | Pouf

Upholstered fabric pouf

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Saba Italia

San Martino Di Lupari, Italy
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NEW YORK SUITE | Pouf

Type

Upholstered fabric pouf

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Fabric

Designers
Design Year
2015

The new designs for the New York collection by Sergio Bicego still hold on to its core meaning made up of a  contemporary soul and timeless spirit. New York Suite returns to the svelte silhouette featured in the entire range with extremely comfortable-looking large cushions with tailored finishes. The quilting of the cushions hints at a retro elegance and gives in to nostalgia in order to map out the design of the future. At the same time the metropolitan allure is heightened by the hexagonal shape of the frame which rests on slim feet in steel rod with possible personalisation, with black chrome, gloss chrome or white coated finish. New York suite is soft and welcoming also in the smaller versions such as the maxi lounge chair and the 155 cm sofa which seats two people comfortably and is particularly interesting for contract projects. A sofa which is not afraid of mixing up aesthetic genres, with a domestic elegance and an idea of the present as a fluid area between past and future. 

Materials:
Structure in honeycomb-paneled solid wood padded with variable-density polyurethane foam and covered with velfodera on a resin-coated backing. The seat is sprung with elastic straps reinforced with polypropylene. Feet in 16 mm wire drawn with following finishes: black nickel, polished chrome or white painted. The back cushions are padded with polyester fiber. The seat cushions are in polyester fiber padded with variable-density polyurethane foam, covered in white 100% cotton fabric. The padding is quilted with a special technique that allows for easy cover removal.

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Dimensions
105 x 65 x 42 cm
140 x 65 x 42 cm
Dimensions NEW YORK SUITE | Pouf

New York Suite Collection by Saba Italia
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