After Alle chair and Plinto stool, Luca Nichetto will introduce Shogun sofa in occasion of Salone del Mobile, Milan.
In ancient Japan the “shogun” was a high-ranking military office, and this warrior figure’s armour, which was characteristically plain but cleverly designed to adapt itself to the wearer’s form in spite of its protective function, is what has inspired the sofa bearing the same name designed by Luca Nichetto. The essential structure of this modular 2- or 4-person sofa can be left bare or covered in leather or fabric, depending on the demands of the season. When left bare, the armrests enhance the comfort of sitting, as the couch’s inviting form almost seems to cradle the sitter. The upholstered version, in contrast, offers a further salute to the old-fashioned afghan-covered couch at grandma’s house.
Shogun is accompanied by a pouf that can be either used as a bench or placed next to the sofa to create a daybed.
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