ApplicationsCorporate, hospitality, public, residential
CharacteristicsContemporary furnishing, choices from several collections of interior and exterior furniture items
The rounded, soft, and sinuous shapes of the Fat-sofa seating system are the base for the new outdoor version, characterized by a brand new interlacing design. Its fully padded seat is accompanied by a metal frame backrest that supports the original weave, creating a special play of fullness and emptiness. The large weave pattern, made of Tortora colored twisted polyethylene fibers, makes the design unique, respecting the designer's idea of lightness, transparency and puts the furnishings in an open “dialogue” with the surrounding environment. Fat-sofa outdoor consists of six types, ranging from the linear sofa to a large relax island, from two height variants of the armchair to a range of different sizes of ottomans. The new collection of fabrics, available also on the large back cushions, creates evocative color and visual combinations.
|Frame finish||Polyester powder painting|
|Internal frame (fa150-fa230)||Tubular steel and steel profiles|
|Internal frame upholstery (fa150-fa230)||Bayfit® (bayer®) flexible cold shaped polyurethane foam, polystyrene foam, shaped polyurethane of different density, cover in water repellent polyester fiber|
|Upholstery (fa61p-fa76p)||Bayfit® (bayer®) flexible cold shaped polyurethane foam, Polystyrene foam, shaped polyurethane, cover in water repellent polyester fiber|
|Back cushion||Polyester fiber, cover in water repellent polyester fiber|
|Bottom base||100% polyamide fabric PVC coated, black PVC trimming|
|Cover||Fabric (limited categories)|
In the beginning, there was Fat-Fat, a multifunctional element that doubled as a table/container, from which first the Fat-Fat coffee tables and then the Fat-Fat bed developed. Now these same round, soft and sinuous shapes are repeated in a seating system that includes different typologies. Fat-Sofa can be upholstered in fabric or leather and is available in a double-color version or mixing leather and fabric, where the horizontal and vertical surfaces dialogue with each other through nuances of shade or in stronger contrasts.