Osaka Modular Sofa by La Cividina

Osaka modular sofa fluently adapts curved or linear form

Italy-based designer La Cividina has paid tribute to French designer Pierre Paulin by recreating the enduring Osaka sofa design that was designed originally by Paulin in 1967. The original sofa was prototyped by Mobilier National in year 1970 and remained as the most representative item of the French Republic.

Osaka is an elegant system of articulated modules that allow changing its shape from linear to curvy form due to its subtle organic configuration. It is made of three elements held together by a special steel frame and is covered with non-deforming polyurethane padding, upholstered in stretch fabric that rhythmically follows its curves.

These simple curved elements can be combined and aligned into varying furniture pieces such as a sofa, a bed, a chaise lounge and a simple bench. The best thing about this modular sofa is that it comes in 10 different sizes starting from 71-inches to 248-inches; therefore, it can even be expanded within a large living area to accommodate all your guests comfortably.

Osaka is suitable furniture for any indoor settings from private living spaces to open public places, all thanks to its flexibility and modularity. This authentic masterpiece of functional design is a perfect solution for fine seating arrangement in style.

Osaka Modular Sofa by La Cividina

The modular sofa arranged in linear shape

Osaka Modular Sofa by La Cividina

It can easily be transformed into a chaise lounge, sofa, bed or bench

Osaka Modular Sofa by La Cividina

Osaka Modular sofa in different settings of a room

Source: LaCividina

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