Taiki Sofa

Sofa with wooden frame and soft cushions

design by Chiara Andreatti
Starting from €5,905.00

Two-seater sofa that combines past and modern influences

Taiki by Chiara Andreatti has become a collection with the addition of this brand-new two-seater sofa to accompany the armchair. The sofa offers a fresh, contemporary take on classic design, with the cosy upholstery tempting you to take a load off and relax. The artisanal detailing provided by the stitching adds a modern feel to the piece, but there are still clear nods to the lines and proportions of Le Corbusier here. Meanwhile, the heat-treated oak-dyed ash structure incorporates Oriental-style discipline.
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    Understated and elegant, the Taiki sofa is all about well-balanced proportions: the wooden structure is softened by the cosy upholstery, like a fluffy cloud in mid-air enclosed by a sleek, wooden cage.



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