Suiseki is a collection of padded seats inspired – as its name suggests – by the Japanese art of arranging naturally occurring stones. Spontaneous, harmonious lack of alignment takes the place of geometric shapes in the simple modular units with organic volumes. Everything starts with three core building blocks: a low, broad seat, a backrest and an armrest. They can be combined with each other in an offset display of heights, widths and depths. The resulting sofas are sculpturesque and suitable for all types of use, in everything from the contract market to private homes.
Selected among 700 international design projects, the Suiseki collection by LaCividina is one of the winners of the 2019 edition of Archiproducts Design Awards.
Three elements designed by Andrea Steidl: the seat, low and wide, the backrest and the armrest, to be combined together in a staggered balance of heights, widths and depths.
Perfect furniture in domestic and contract spaces.
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