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Kami Yon Sofa

By Marc Sadler, from SLIDE Design
$1,725.00
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Ships from Europe. Delivers within 6-8 weeks. Due to European warehouse closures in August - shipments may be delayed. Please call us with any questions.

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Designed by Marc Sadler, 2011.
Made in Italy, by SLIDE Design.

The cuts and folds of the sleek and sculptural Kami Yon Sofa are directly inspired by the traditional Japanese technique of origami; this low-slung design is able to seat several people comfortably. Style doesn't come at the expense of comfort — for instance, the armrests, with their fluid shape, are designed to conform effortlessly to the body, and the gently reclining seatback encourages total relaxation. Beyond its good looks lies plenty of practicality: made from rotational-molded polyethylene, it's suitable for use indoors or out.

Product Features:

  • 100% recyclable
  • Rotation molded, linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE)
  • Resistant to extreme temperatures (-76°F to 176°F)
  • UV resistant
  • High tensile strength
  • Cushion for outdoor use is not included

Dimensions
  • 61.4" W X 29.5" D X 27.5" H
Material(s)
Rotationally molded, low density linear polyethylene, polyurethane cushion
Manufacturer Specifications
Click to download specifications.
Notes
Suitable for indoor/outdoor use.
Item Number
SLI-SD-YON070
Model(s)
SD YON070 SDYON071

Designed by Marc Sadler, 2011.
Made in Italy, by SLIDE Design.

The cuts and folds of the sleek and sculptural Kami Yon Sofa are directly inspired by the traditional Japanese technique of origami; this low-slung design is able to seat several people comfortably. Style doesn't come at the expense of comfort — for instance, the armrests, with their fluid shape, are designed to conform effortlessly to the body, and the gently reclining seatback encourages total relaxation. Beyond its good looks lies plenty of practicality: made from rotational-molded polyethylene, it's suitable for use indoors or out.

Product Features:

  • 100% recyclable
  • Rotation molded, linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE)
  • Resistant to extreme temperatures (-76°F to 176°F)
  • UV resistant
  • High tensile strength
  • Cushion for outdoor use is not included

SLIDE Design

SLIDE Design

Established in 2002, Slide Design has taken advantage of founder Giò Colonna Romano's 30-year know-how in manufacturing high-quality products using plastic. SLIDE headquarters and production facilities are located in Buccinasco, Milan, where all Slide products are made. The company produces 100% recyclable polyethylene furniture with rotation molding techniques that create avant-garde concepts, ideal for setting up indoor/outdoor spaces.

Slide Design creates a variety of home furnishings including seating, tables, lamps, pots and accents that often are designed in collaboration with internationally acclaimed designers including such talents as Karim Rashid, Marcel Wanders, Paola Navone, Marc Sadler and Alessandro Mendini. Committed to producing quality products and conquering a position in the market, Slide continues to expand its brand activities and created SLIDE EVENTS in 2007 and SLIDEart in 2011.

KONCORD, design by Karim Rashid, winner of 2009 GOOD DESIGN™ awards.

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Marc Sadler

Born in France, he now lives and works in Italy as a Designer; specializing in plastic materials and their processing technologies. A graduate from E.N.S.A.D. in Paris and a recipient of the "Brook Stevens" award from the international design competition in 1967.

Between 1968 and 1974 as a apprenticeship in France, he began to work on industrial design projects for French companies in very different sectors.

In 1970, he joined the "France Design" group and continued to specialize in plastic products. He has designed products for the most wide-ranging sectors, demonstrating his ability to understand and assimilate various production technologies in response to the requests received.

After years spent dedicating most of his efforts to the sports and industrial sectors, his activity has branched out into furniture, including the technical-specialized segment, where he works with prominent companies. He is also active in the area of teaching, and holds conferences and workshops at design schools and universities in Italy and abroad.

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