6642-miaw2018-materials-kusch-and-co-lupino-accueil-logo-bdArmchairs in which we have only one desire: to curl up! Designed by the German designer Norbert Geelen for the German furniture company Kusch + Co, Lupino is a range of seats that calls for relaxation. Available in a wide range of colors, it is largely inspired by the furniture of the 1970 years and fits brilliantly with a contemporary interior.

Aerial and refined, the collection Lupino offers a multitude of choices and customization options to communities seeking comfort. The lightweight seat shell offered by the brand comes in two versions: the first, adapted to commercial spaces, is high and swivel, ideally supporting the back and the shoulders of the workers, while the second, with the silhouette reminding the seats sports car, is intended for public reception areas such as waiting rooms or rest. Finally, a sober stool completes the series.

The seats in fabric or leather, available in a multitude of colored coatings are based on two types of legs to choose from. In fact, they can be combined with a four-legged base whose quasi-symmetry gives the whole unit a graceful and elegant look, as well as an ethereal sled base thanks to which the seat seems to float. These variations exist in chrome or epoxy in various shades, giving rise to unique associations, to the taste of the user.

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About Kusch + Co

Kusch + Co is a German company that has been a leader in the field of community planning since 1939. Between seats, tables and high-end offices, Kusch + Co is constantly looking for innovation and aesthetics.

Lupino is a laureate MIAWs 2018 in the category Furniture / Chair.
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The choice of the editorial staff

The possibility of personalization as well as the aerial design of the armchairs Lupino have made them the lucky winners of the Muuuz International Award 2018 in the category Furniture / Chair.

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