According to the Postmodern architect Robert Venturi, ‘Less is a bore’ but, for Sancal, more is sometimes better - - More backrest, softer, more wood, smaller, rounder, more comfortable, more detail, more practical and more popular.
Folk flees minimalism to delight in the attention to detail: seams, quilting, embroidery, sinuous shapes and other decorative elements, everything done with a special dedication.
Thanks to the height and the angle of back tilt as well as to the softness of the pillows, we have managed to create a seat that actually hugs you.
The collection consists of a broad family of sofas, modules and chaises with different types of arms (with and without wings), as well as an angle and three sizes of pouf.
As an option, it is possible to incorporate a quilted cover on the poufs and backs. The legs are offered in beech wood.
When shopping for new furniture, it helps to know what to look for to ensure you’re buying a sustainable product. According to a Nielsen survey, 63 per cent of Asia-Pacific respondents check a product’s packaging to ensure a brand is committed to positive social and environmental impact. Evidence of third-party certification is the best way to check the sustainability credentials of a product. Read more about GECA's criteria for furniture in our info sheet.
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