The Compo'sit sofa by Matali Crasset

The Compo'sit sofa by Matali Crasset

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Essential designer of the moment, Matali Crasset has designed for the bedding brand Dunlopillo, a modular sofa called "Compo'sit" which has more than one trick in its bag.

Always attentive to our ways of sitting and our lifestyles, the French designer has designed Compo'sit as a real living space thanks to the back and seat cushions as well as the armrests which are completely removable. So the sofa meets all our needs of the moment: the back cushion goes to the floor to offer us absolute relaxation in the lying position. The two armrests can be combined and thus form an additional seat. Finally, in the interstices created by modularity, slip newspapers, books or remote control. A great idea for comfort that is always active! Matali Craset thus inaugurates a beautiful collection signed by renowned designers like Inga Sempé or Noé Duchaufour-Lawrence and whose creations will see the light of day in 2009. So follow! Compo'sit sofa by Matali Crasset for Dunlopillo, 1,490 euros Decorative ideas, photos and advice around the sofa: How to choose your sofa, mistakes to avoid and choice of cushions.


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