Since the last century, the sectional sofa has been the theme characterizing typological design. It has been improved on by numerous architects in various ways. This time around, Ludovica and Roberto Palomba tackle it to create the Fenix sectional for Driade. They have incorporated a thin metal structure to emphasize the suspension from the ground. The sectional has precise, subtle graphics and clean lines which are not added at the cost of comfort. It has simple lines but is rich in details.
The Fenix sofa by Driade is made up of contrasting materials which serve to increase its aesthetics. The base belts and armrests are in tan leather while the seat and back cushions are in fabric. The stylish fabric offers both textural and tonal relief from the tan leather. The sectional has a metal and wooden structure with a cross-shaped support which lightens its upper part producing a bold yet unobtrusive look. It has steel legs painted in anthracite, cushions upholstered in goose feather and polyurethane foam, and polyurethane foam padding.
While sectionals tend to be large and bulky pieces, their strength is their size. They dominate the space and offer plenty of seating. If you have a large living area, the Fenix sectional is an excellent choice. It doesn’t need to be accompanied by a lot of pieces and offers stylish seating you will be proud of. It is the essence of minimalism, comfort, and softness. Don’t you think the Fenix sectional would look divine in your living room?