Armchairs and ottoman
Sofas and modular seating
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This project in Washington State is designed by Grimm + Parker Architects and William Rawn & Associates.
Their choice fell on Longway, the Segis-branded modular system of upholstered seating by Bartoli Design: a sinuous and solid-looking ribbon made of very different pieces, all with a unique style. Placed in an Educational setting, Its slim and comfortable shapes respond to different layouts and applications: from relaxation to study, from conversation to sharing.
A versatile concept that encourages dialogue and stimulates creativity.
Architects: Grimm + Parker Architects and William Rawn Associates.
Practicality and comfort, aesthetic function, emotion and personal identity are therefore factors that are inextricably linked and which it is essential to take into account in the creation of the piece of furniture. That’s why we can talk about design philosophy, an expression of love for the knowledge that underlies the design and creation of a seat, a sofa, a table or any other accessory.
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