impression sofa | design meike harde
The sofa series Impression incorporates elegance and comfort, at the same time. Low and slim armrests and backrest shape a gentle impression with curved inner parts for comfortable seating. Filigree but strong legs emphasize a fresh look. Delicate appearance is combined with a special detail on the armrests. An impression on each corner is repeated also on added cushions. The sofa comes also with open end modules, so that it can be combined in different composition.
|structure||solid wood, multilayer plywood, metal|
|seat cushion||HR foam, polyester wadding|
|support cushion||HR foam, polyester wadding|
|base||metal / two different base options|
|finish||powder coated matte|
|decorative cushions||PES fiber, polyester wadding|
NUMEN/FORUSE IS A CROATIAN-AUSTRIAN DESIGN COLLECTIVE WORKING IN THE FIELDS OF SCENOGRAPHY, INDUSTRIAL AND SPATIAL DESIGN AND CONCEPTUAL ART. THE GROUP WAS FIRST FORMED IN 1998 AS A COLLABORATIVE EFFORT OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGNERS.
Under the banner ForUse they designed for Cappellini, ClassiCon, Desalto, Interlubke, Magis, mdf Italia, Moroso and Zanotta. Numen/ForUse designs interiors and outdoor spaces in cooperation with architecture studios 3lhd (Croatia) and Imarea (Austria). In 2008 the collective turns its focus towards configuring objects and concepts, an activity resulting in more hybrid and experimental works such as the Numen-Light series, Tape Installation and Net. From 2004 onwards, they became intensely involved with scenography. Numen/ForUse are the only Croatian contemporary product designers whose works are regularly represented in global anthologies of contemporary design.
Founded in 2010 in Croatia, Prostoria delivers functional furniture with beautiful aesthetics.
Prostoria's vision is to create upholstered furniture that will enrich your everyday home and work interactions. The form of Prostoria products thus follows its function, while they treat aesthetics as an essential human need.
At Prostoria, people are creating for people, researching, exchanging ideas and knowledge of craft, employing technology and materials – all this to express the passion and the heritage of each of us.