Unique and quirky define the upcoming trends in the furniture industry. Sustaining the drift, stores are furbished with unusually elevated objects of craftsmanship in response to buyers’ affinity toward unusual art pieces. In that space, the FIGURE collection designed by Luca Nichetto for Wittmann replicates nature’s glory thrown together in the most aesthetic way.
Part of the collection, a sofa and armchair are influenced by the success of Josef Hoffmann’s body of work. Styling art pieces catering to a distinctive design by adding abstract geometric shapes and forms was his calling. Inspired by the pattern of uniform rectangular forms, he sustained many distinctive art pieces. The collection is highly inspired by Hoffmann’s jewelry designs representing nature’s bounty in particular.
The elliptical shape elevates the FIGURE sofa and lounge chair, deep into a three-dimensional plane, a shift from the earlier 2D iterations by Nichetto. Resembling pebbles, gemstones, or a lady’s shoe, the trend of unusual exquisite furnishing is admissible and blends in any setting.
A visual treat to lovers of figurative art, the sofa is crafted out of five elements. An individualistic trait is provided by a display of differently-sized backrests. An interesting detail catches the eye wherein the armrest hovers over the sofa at one fine end. The other end is kept loose and opens for a communicative setting in which two pieces are positioned adjacent to one another and share a common armrest.
The Figure sofa is laced with piping and covered with similar hued fabric for an overall finish. The standard model adorns a sole color whereas you can take the liberty to add a hint of your favorite color at an additional charge. Feet are stained black with felt glides bordering the edges to create a harmonious and intriguing design.
The seating comfort provided by these aesthetically engaging and organically flowing sculptures is scarcely imaginable for such artful forms. The highlight of the series is not only its aesthetically captivating design but also its supremacy over comfort.
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