Milan, via Lovanio
Julep, designed by Jonas Wagell
Soft, enveloping shapes characterize this family of upholstered pieces. Julep is influenced by the 1950s Avant-Garde movement, drawing upon its simplicity and grandeur, refined by a contemporary, romantic, feminine allure. Star of the series is the sofa, whose generous rounded lines provided evolutionary DNA for the entire collection – including an armchair, a chaise-longue and an ottoman – in an interplay of proportions and shapes that gave rise, little by little, to all the other versions. Fully upholstered, the seats look ample and full, yet convey a sense of lightness, thanks to the recessed base that invisibly lifts them off the floor. Designed for home decor, their inviting appeal encourages cozy comfort and relaxation, making the Julep seating options also ideally suited to contract venues.
Gori&Yoon architecture’s studio started in 2018 in Florence and ranges over architecture and interior design’s projects. Elisa Gori, Italian architect, and Jaehyun Yoon, South-Korean interior designer, coming from two different countries and cultures, collected their experiences and skills toward a common path of research and innovation, based on simplicity of shapes with a sophisticated and elegant twist, creating a distinctive mark.