Contemporary sofa ANTOHN

contemporary sofa
contemporary sofa
contemporary sofa
contemporary sofa
contemporary sofa
contemporary sofa
contemporary sofa
contemporary sofa
contemporary sofa
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brown, beige, gray, white, black, blue, red, green, yellow, orange, violet, pink
Seat material
leather, polyester, polyurethane foam
Frame material
by Jean-Marie Massaud
2-person, 3-seater, 4-seater
with armrests


Designed by Jean-Marie Massaud, the Antohn sofa is the epitome of relaxation. Soft and ethereal, it almost appears to hover above the ground thanks to its slender T-shaped titanium-coloured aluminium feet: arranged like blades and set back from the front of the structure, they are invisible to the eye. The cushions are generous and welcoming, the padding is rich, the upholstery consists of soft Pelle Frau® leather. Distinctive features of Antohn are the high backrest, which also acts as a head rest, and the horizontal line that runs along the entire surface of the sofa, obtained simply by elegantly folding the leather. The structure of the Antohn sofa is in solid beech with central iron crossbar for the seat, in solid beech and poplar with birch plywood and poplar panels for the backrest and armrests. The backrest is padded with polyurethane foam and the front quilt with goose down and polyester wadding. The seat is padded with polyurethane foam and polyester wadding. The spring system consists of elastic belts. Pelle Frau® Color System is a fine leather in 96 different shades dedicated to those who love the color vocabulary, in an excellent balance between strength and naturalness. Pelle Frau® Nest is full color and "one thousand dots" effect. Pelle Frau® Soul enhances the sensorial characteristics of the leather and the softness of the material. Pelle Frau® Century, delicate and precious, with the timeless elegance of the past.


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