Polar Perch

The Polar project began in 2006 with the creation of a multifunctional piece that could be used as a seat and an occasional table. Since then it has evolved into a complete furniture collection that draws its inspiration from nature and from the study of contemporary spaces. In the context of this “work in progress”, Polar Perch introduces an original pair of curved elements of different heights and complementary shapes. The lower element can be used as a sofa, while the higher one offers seating support. An innovative furnishing concept with scope to create innumerable solutions for the widest range of communal areas.

Designer: PearsonLloydYear: 2013
Technical overview

Cod. OPER220
W 220 D 79 H 70 cm
H seat 70 cm

Cod. OPER207
W 207 D 84,5 H 46 cm
H seat 46 cm

Materials and finishes
Internal frame: poplar plywood 18 mm thick + cold polyurethane foam + fiberboard timber.
Padding: cold foam.
Connection plate: steel plate 10 mm, 360 mm long, with rubber base 4 mm thick and two steel tubes diameter 30 mm.
Base: die-cast aluminium feet.
Upholstery: non removable cover.

Poplar plywood 45%

Cold polyurethane foam 15%

Upholstery 15%

Metal component 12%

Fiberboard timber 10%

Die-cast aluminium 3%


PearsonLloyd is one of the leading names in contemporary British design, and this multidisciplinary studio works in a wide range of sectors: from furnishing to public spaces to brand development. Established by Luke Pearson and Tom Lloyd in 1997, the studio has received numerous acknowledgements and accolades in both Europe and the United States. The British design duo write regularly for major design magazines, as well as acting as “visiting lecturers” at the École Cantonale d’Art in Lausanne.