Chill-Out

Chill-Out is a system of sofas and armchairs that can stand alone or create a vast range of different linear or corner compositions. It features a light, slim base and cosy, comfortable cushioning, to which back and armrests can be added. An ideal combination both for domestic and collective spaces, particularly in the version with a built-in coffee table.

Designer: Gordon GuillaumierYear: 2013
Technical overview

Cod. OCHILA212
W 214 D 69 H 44 cm

Cod. OCHILB212
W 214 D 69 H 44 cm

Cod. OCHILC212
W 214 D 69 H 44 cm

Cod. OCHILD212
W 214 D 69 H 71 cm
H seat 44 cm

Cod. OCHILE212
W 214 D 69 H 71 cm
H seat 44 cm

Cod. OCHILS212
W 214 D 69 H 71 cm
H seat 44 cm

Cod. OCHILF212
W 214 D 69 H 71 cm
H seat 44 cm

Cod. OCHILG141
W 144 D 69 H 44 cm

Cod. OCHILH141
W 144 D 69 H 44 cm

Cod. OCHILI70
W 74 D 69 H 44 cm

Cod. OCHILL141
W 144 D 69 H 71 cm
H seat 44 cm

Cod. OCHILM141
W 144 D 69 H 71 cm
H seat 44 cm

Cod. OCHILN141
W 144 D 69 H 71 cm
H seat 44 cm

Cod. OCHILO141
W 144 D 69 H 71 cm
H seat 44 cm

Cod. OCHILP70
W 74 D 69 H 71 cm
H seat 44 cm

Cod. OCHILQ70
W 74 D 69 H 71 cm
H seat 44 cm

Cod. OCHILR70
W 74 D 69 H 71 cm
H seat 44 cm

Cod. OCHILD212H
W 214 D 69 H 71 cm
H seat 44 cm

Cod. OCHILS212H
W 214 D 69 H 71 cm
H seat 44 cm

Cod. OCHILF212H
W 214 D 69 H 71 cm
H seat 44 cm

Cod. OCHILL141H
W 144 D 69 H 71 cm
H seat 44 cm

Cod. OCHILM141H
W 144 D 69 H 71 cm
H seat 44 cm

Cod. OCHILO141H
W 144 D 69 H 71 cm
H seat 44 cm

Cod. OCHILP70H
W 74 D 69 H 71 cm
H seat 44 cm

Cod. OCHILQ70H
W 74 D 69 H 71 cm
H seat 44 cm

Materials and finishes
Internal frame: poplar plywood 18 mm thick with metal frame with elastic belts.
Padding: differentiated-density polyurethane foam.
Base: tubular metal base Ø 16 mm, available chromed or powder-coated painted.
Upholstery: non removable cover.
Base:
Top:

Poplar plywood 45%
Polyurethane 32%
Upholstery 12%
Metal 7%
Marble 4%

Suggested upholstery

Cassia
Davidia
Deserti
Draba
Leonotis
Thesium

Gordon Guillaumier

Gordon Guillaumier was born in 1966, and was educated firstly in Malta, then in Switzerland, England and Italy. He graduated from IED in Milan (1988-91), before specializing in design at the Domus Academy, Milan (1992). In 1993 he began working with Baleri Associati, as well as collaborating with architect Rodolfo Dordoni. In 2002 he set up his own design studio in Milan, principally working on product design, but also for design consultancy projects. In 2006 he lectured in industrial design at Milan’s Politecnico university.