Design De Pas, D'Urbino, Lomazzi - 1982

Monobloc sofas. Steel frame. Elastic strips suspension. Single seat cushion in polyurethane/ Dacron Du Pont, back and armrests cushions in new goose feathers. Nickel-plated and brushed steel feet. Removable, fabric or leather cover.


From design to product

Not being afraid of dealing with the ‘giants’, not even with Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and his Barcelona, the solution that has become an icon, in which square and thin pillows characterise the stuffed object by combining or overlapping each other. There, a small armchair (or daybed); here, a large sofa, already a classic piece on its debut over thirty years ago.

Highlighted by essential and severe lines inspired by rationalism, yet comfortable in its overall shape, Milano really seems like the answer (an unexpected one, given the pop tone usually present in their work) of De Pas D’Urbino Lomazzi to the German master.