Wool and Wood: Contract Trend

Wool and Wood: Contract Trend

As office interiors become more like home environments, office furniture is also becoming more relaxed. Upholstered pieces that work well in both the office and the living room incorporate light, rounded wood frames that create curved, encasing backrests, decorative legs or flat platforms.Wool and Wood: Contract Trend

Bi Silla by Silvia Cenal for Two.six_2

Designed for lobbies and gathering spaces, the ‘Bi Silla’ armchair by Silvia Ceñal for Portuguese brand Two.six has a symmetrical, square-shaped form that allows it to be arranged into communal or individual seating arrangements. The natural oak frame and bright trevira CS give it a welcoming and friendly appearance.

Gärsnäs 2014

Upholstered in fabric or leather and tailored with patterned padding on the backrest, the ‘Emily’ armchair by Färg & Blanche for Gärsnäs is a comfortable chair, equally at home around the dining table as it is in the office.

Elysia by Luca Nichetto and De La Espada

The ‘Elysia’ lounge chair by Italian designer Luca Nichetto and Portuguese furniture brand De La Espada has a Danish-oiled American black walnut or European ash frame that cradles the upholstered seat.

Cobrina sofa by Torafu Architects for Hida Sangyo

Designed by Torafu Architects and manufactured by Hida Sangyo, the ‘Cobrina’ sofa has an oak frame with slanted legs and a tapered back rest

Prop by Benjamin Hubert for Moroso

Benjamin Hubert‘s 'Prop' sofa and armchair for Moroso are upholstered in a softly padded fabric in collaboration with Dutch textile manufacturer, FEBRIK. This upholstery is fixed to the framework via a series of zips, to be easily interchangeable or removed for washing.

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