Poliform presents a sneak preview of its new products for living and sleeping areas. Sofas, armchairs and seats where design and comfort find the perfect balance; tables, coffee tables and sideboards with minimalist aesthetics; two new beds that celebrate the connection between different areas of the home. A style that grows into a lifestyle and is inspired by the world of art.
Jean-Marie Massaud and Emmanuel Gallina talk about Poliform’s perspective on contemporary living, with collections featuring heterogeneous shapes and lines, but capable of creating stylistic links between the various rooms of the home.
Jean-Marie Massaud designs a domestic landscape with a strong architectural quality. Its protagonist is Brera, a system of sofas where elegance is expressed through a horizontal, clean and contemporary design.
Poliform presents the Kitchen Collection novelties: the restyling of the historical model Artex and the introduction of equipment and accessories designed to make the kitchen environment more contemporary and functional.
Light and elegant, behind its apparent simplicity this chair hides an intricate crafting of solid wood. In all three variants—wood, wood with upholstered seat and wood with upholstered seat and backrest—the material is the protagonist.
Aiko is a system of sideboards with clean lines and sophisticated details. Inspired by ancient sideboards, the cupboards are suspended on a base with feet, in line with the doors with shaped profiles.
Yume is an upholstered bed that reinterprets a classic design through visual and material lightness, thanks to a soft headboard. It combines a timeless elegance with precious couture details, such as leather inserts inspired by the world of fashion.
Curve was born from the need to create a light and essential bed, which embodies Poliform’s distinctive elegance and timelessness. The Curve collection continues stripping down the material to achieve a delicate and contemporary lightness.