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Design by Cini Boeri, 2008.
The Cini Boeri Lounge Sofa features a bench-style seat created with comfort and durability in mind. The traditional upholstered sofa is transformed with Boeri's elegant design. The Cini Boeri Lounge Sofa is proportioned to more expansive modern interiors — generously sized without losing its streamlined modern aesthetic.
Thoughtful details abound from multi-density cushions graduating the seat base from firm support at the front to softer cushioning towards the seat back; to a metal chassis with casters for flexibility in placement; to the steel tubing base featuring a Dark Grey powder coat finish; and an option for rear locking casters or four standard legs. Select leg type, then select upholstery textile and color. A Lounge Chair and Ottoman are also available and sold separately.
Available with four legs or a combination of legs and casters. Fixed locking casters are standard on the CB Sofa.
Material(s): Steel with highly-resilient polyurethane open-cell Cal 117 foam and fabric (content dependent on textile/leather selection)
Designer: Cini Boeri
A graduate of Milan Politecnico, Boeri (born in 1924) has incorporated her ideas of expandability and pliability into many mediums. In the 1970s, she designed showrooms for Knoll in France, Germany, Italy and California. Her furniture and lighting designs use varied materials, such as formless foam pieces. Today, she heads an architecture studio in Milan.View other products by Cini Boeri
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