IOTA Boutique Furniture, a proud provider of European Luxury Furniture brands and prestigious Red Dot Awardee designer furniture, is known across the nation for its artful collaboration with icons that reign supreme in the world of design. The owner of the stunning store IOTA, Namit Ajmani has curated the artistic range of sofas that adds value to your home.
1. Ruché by Inge Sempe
Characterized by the sparing use of materials and a soft, welcoming silhouette, Ruché is creator Inge Sempe’s chef-d’oeuvre. Named after a pleating/gathering technique used as a decorative detail for clothing, Ruché is a beautiful coming together of rigidity and flexibility. Compelling, comforting, and compact, Ruché features a substantial mattress designed using distinctive quilting that results in a pattern of enticing uprights and undulations.
2. Ploum by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
The tenets of contemporary aesthetics are ease of use and comfort, and the Ploum embodies it to the hilt. Upon first glance, its adorable croissant-shaped silhouette will warm the cockles of your heart. The magic of this conversation starter lies in the two specific materials used for its construction and placed cheek by jowl – a stretchy covering fabric and an ultra-flexible foam, which facilitates the body to assume any posture without any structure hemming in the natural easiness of form and position.
3. Cover 1 Sofa by Marie Christine Dorner
Cover 1 is representative of intricate couture mastery and on-point technical know-how, a sensuous form constructed entirely out of foams of varying densities. The allure of Cover 1 lies in its ‘cover’ which can be interchanged when the season or decor calls for some transformation.
4. Pumpkin by Pierre Paulin
Originally designed for the private apartments of Claude and George Pompidou at the Elysée, the Pumpkin is enchantingly voluptuous and one of Ligne Roset’s most sought-after designer furniture pieces. Pumpkin is iconic in its design and for its fabled history; after all, it was this adventurous piece that served as a springboard for France’s attempt to resuscitate its warning design industry in the late 1960s.
5. Prado by Christian Werner
Suppose it’s the ultimate carte blanche of using furniture that you gravitate towards; in that case, Prado by Christian Werner will give you satisfaction like that of a wild horse running free across endless prairies. Kitted out with non-slip, weighted cushions, the sofa affords what this sofalising generation loves to do – lounge, recline, curl, sleep, well basically do all that they want to with style and ease!
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