ApplicationsCorporate, hospitality, commercial
CharacteristicsContemporary furnishing, choices from several collections of interior and exterior furniture items
Research into softness and comfort is the same base that produced the famous chair that originated this series. Soft and geometric, simple and complex, but above all - cozy and welcoming: a headboard with a strong personality, in a single size, that plays on the visual effects of the stitching and accommodates the box springs.
|Internal frame||Tubular steel and steel profiles|
|Internal frame upholstery||Bayfit® (Bayer®) flexible cold shaped polyurethane foam|
|Feet||Painted die-cast aluminum, painted steel sheet|
|Support crosspieces for slatted base||Painted tubular steel|
|Cover||Fabric or leather|
HUSK, a great family born of different armchair versions, stepped into the bedroom with the bed presented last year. Now it reaches an important landmark with the sofa. Actually, its design, on paper, was born before the others but, as often occurs in the case of powerful innovation, it was necessary to perfect the technology that would make its implementation possible.
A molded plastic shell and a series of soft cushions: these are the basic elements of the Husk armchair. A celebration of softness, Husk is the result of a long development process to create a versatile armchair that is both unique in its own right and able to complement even the most classic sofas. Three types of cushions are available: standard, large, and very large or with a headrest, while the body support can be either fixed or rotating. An ottoman footrest is also available.
Playing on the wide range of colors and finishes Husk can radically change its appearance, from a single color to an extremely bright or subtly elegant style:
Four-toned recycled plastic
- The support
Natural oak or grey or black lacquered wood
Numerous types of leather or fabric
With this project, B&B Italia embraces the theme of ecology by using both recycled and recyclable materials, and components that can be fully disassembled in the future – thus simplifying the recycling process and reducing the environmental impact.
Husk by Patricia Urquiola is presented in new versions in addition to the chair with die-cast legs already in the collection. The new variants extend its use and change the perception of the piece. Now the base can be in oak wood (light, black, grey, and smoked), or with a four-star base in aluminum, with or without castors, in a wide range of finishes.