Product Name
LEAN
Designer
Anderssen & Voll
Manufacturer
Lapalma
Manufactured
Italy
Sofas
Other - sofas
Material
Fabric
Characteristics
With removable cushion
With armrests
Use
Residential
Commercial

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A sensation of sheer lightness. Almost a flight. This is LEAN, the new sofa designed by Anderssen & Voll for Lapalma. The absence of gravity, and the pleasure it brings, stem from the ultra-thin steel structure of its legs and the light that subtly enhances its various elements, from the seat to the armrests and backrest. The dominant features are its bold and distinct geometric contours and sturdy design. Yet the backrest of the sofa, slightly slanted in keeping with its name Lean, and the soft cushions promise the surprise of enveloping relaxation. With its elegant, linear proportions, and the sculptural effect of the shadows that define the structure, the LEAN sofa - in the 2-seater, 2-seater extended and armchair versions - is an ideal presence in every lounge, waiting room and hotel room. Relaxing and forgetting all worries has never been so easy.

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