A furniture design with a dynamic personality and deconstructed bones, like the architectural projects of the visionary American architect. ADAGIO is a seating system built upon the clustering of precise shapes that blatantly break the rigid rules of perpendicularity. Its coherence relies upon the balance of shapes, unconventional sloping lines and thicknesses, and the visual lightness of the whole. The high upholstered seat back balances neatly with the soft trapezoidal seat cushion and integrated chaise longue, which is also asymmetrical.
The fruitful dialog between the designer and the company led to a product that flawlessly integrates the boldly iconic Daniel Libeskind design philosophy with the concept of restrained elegance inherent to the company’s aesthetic approach.
FRAME in wood with polyurethane padding covered with a protective fabric lining.
SEAT CUSHIONS in polyurethane and dacron.
BACK CUSHIONS down-filled and polyester fiber (on request with an upcharge).