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Fluon Sofa

A 3-seat sofa with great, generous proportions that exudes softness and comfort, thanks to the unique and welcoming backrest, featuring different dimensions and depths. A sofa with aesthetic characteristics that make it ideal for the center of the room.
Its structure is multi-layer solid Chilean pine wood, with an internal system of elastic bands padded with polyurethane crushproof foam entirely covered by a soft quilt of 100% cotton, added with goose down for additional comfort. The leather version boasts a well-defined profile thanks to its cut, while the fabric version, with non-removable cover, is enriched by a double seam. The fluon range includes 3- and 2-seat sofas, corner sofa, armchair and pouf.

Fluon Sofa

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Massimo Iosa Ghini

Massimo Iosa Ghini

Born in 1959, Massimo Iosa Ghini studied architecture in Florence and then graduated from Polytechnic Institute of Milan. Today he is considered one of the best known Italian architects  and designers on the international scene.

Since 1985 he participates at the avant-garde of architecture and Italian design; he founded the cultural movement Bolidism and joined the Memphis group with Ettore Sottsass.
In 1989, in Osaka, he received the keys to the city.
In the same year he opened the Iosa Ghini Associates in Milan and Bologna. Nowadays he holds conferences and lectures in various universities, including the Polytechnic Institute of Milan, the Domus Academy, the University of Rome La Sapienza, the School Elisava of Barcelona, the Design Fachhoschule of Cologne and the Hochschule fur Angewandte Kunst in Vienna. Moreover, he teaches from 2007 at the all’MBA of Alma Graduate School of Bologna; and from 2008 he is Adjunct Professor at the Polytechnic of Hong Kong.

His works can be found in various museums and private collections. His projects have received important international awards, including the Roscoe Award USA, 1988, the Good Design Award in 2001, 2004, 2009 and 2010 by the Chicago Athenaeum and the Red Dot Award in 2003.

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