In 1967, French designer Pierre Paulin defied the rationalism that was predominant at the time by creating a range of seats with winding, organic lines. Developed for the 1970 International exhibition in the city after which it is named, the Osaka sofa has been re-edited by LaCividina. Endless seating variations can be created, simply by assembling together it's straight and curved modules.
Osaka sofa's curved shapes are defined during installation and can be adjusted at any time.
Flame-retardant, undeformable polyurethane foam with several layer and densities. Reinforced steel frame compatible with public use.
Fabric : Kvadrat Uniform Mélange. Large color range.