The new proposals are inspired by the Parisian moods of the years between the two wars are echoed, and reflect a certain culture of living made up of hospitality, understated style and substance.
It is therefore not a "collection", because they fit seamlessly into the catalogue, dialoguing with its elements, often in a surprising assonance of opposites thanks to unprecedented forms of organic inspiration that contrast with the more formal ones of the Déco aesthetic.
A new chapter that does not distort, but if anything, reinforces the stylistic signature of Maxalto. There are new profiles and sizes, innovative materials and updated colours, not to mention re-issues of historical elements, revised to be more solid and functional.
Arbiter is a modular seating system is the key piece in the new collection-non-collection, created with the ambition of renewing and reinterpreting the tradition of the sofas made by master upholsterers and of interior design icons. The rigorous and essential lines, almost archetypal, are designed to lighten the impact of the seats in the domestic context.
It comes in two depths in various configurations with or without a chaise-longue. There is also a version with Citterio’s beloved discontinuous backrest, which is designed to create seating that looks in the opposite direction.
Characterised by the sinuous, organic-inspired lines typical of the post World War II period, Lilum sofa is designed specifically for convivial and intimate solutions, and therefore to exist within the same environment together with more formal sofas. The aluminium profile in various finishes, that perfectly follow its geometry that defines the contour with a touch of understated refinement, while the accentuated edge separating the base from the seating, is a reminder of traditional handcrafted sofas.
A true icon in the Maxalto collection, the Amoenus Soft swivel sofa is now declined in a smaller dimension.
Sileo completes the Maxalto range of beds. The shapes are slightly rounded without being cumbersome; the frame can accommodate different mesh systems and either a semi-recessed or flush mattress. Minimal in style, the headboard is very high, designed to define the space but also to accommodate the occupants’ heads and shoulders while reading, even with high, flush-fitting mattresses.
Only a complementary piece in appearance, the Privatus windscreen responds to the need to define the spaces in large rooms. The panel is slightly sound-absorbing and endowed with a tangible materiality without being intrusive.
Cleide e Despina are the re-edition and modernisation of two chairs designed by Antonio Citterio at the dawn of Maxalto’s trajectory, updated in terms of their materials, production technique and sizes to adapt to the evolution of the living spaces.
The sofa collections are combined with the new Elios coffee tables, the Loto coffee tables/nightstands and the Diakos wool carpet.
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