The collection designed by Alessandro Mendini, highlighted the second Comforty offering on the main fairgrounds of Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2015. The new upholstery furniture pieces showcased in the “Design” section of the Milan’s fair are designed by Maja Ganszyniec, Krystian Kowalski and Dorota Koziara.
The modest and poetic setting up of the stand, designed by Dorota Koziara, is based on two materials - warm oak wood of the Listone Giordano flooring and the concrete panels by Gyproc Saint Gobain. The cubical stand became a stage for the presentation of the furniture upholstered in bright colour palette of blue, grey, marine and navy. The new collection features soft Febrik textiles. Their sophisticated structure and cosines bring another dimension to the brands main value which is genuine comfort.
Designers of the new products:
Thanks to its dignified shape and timeless, light silhoutte, this piece of design suggests a “classic feel” in a novel and inspired way. Simultaneously, both the production technology and the ergonomic nature of the seat locate this piece of furniture in the paradigm of contemporary design.> more
Referencing the organic design of the 50s, the Oyster takes advantage of moulded foam injection technology to become a piece of dual nature, offering two different finishing options that serve in different types of setting. This contemporary approach, distinguishes the Oyster from its ancestors.> more
Mellow is a range of furniture products that contribute to an interior with their softness, sense of cosiness and refined details. The idea sprang from the correlation of two design languages. The spherical seat, combined with a neatly shaped surface, results in a surprising blend of different impressions.> more
The stainless steel horizontal, hexagonal solid bar is pronounced enough to become a subtle decorative detail of this modest and contemporary piece of design.
The Milan presentation features a collaboration between Comforty and one of the most influential designers of the 20th century, Alessandro Mendini.
The Boo sofa was designed for the ultimate in informal leisure. Boo owes its soft image, comfort and functionality to its dedicated selection of upholstery materials and the technology of upholstery sewing.> more
The design of this piece, inspired by organic shapes, integrates new technologies and a progressive approach to upholstering and construction with traditional craftsmanship. The sartorial precision of the textile cuts and foam-injected moulding results in an unpretentious and generous form.> more
The FLOE bed was inspired by the ephemeral and geometric forms found in nature. The design features upholstered elements set together at different angles to make a plastic composition which gains rhythm and distinctiveness and acquires a definite shape and function.