Quilt

Modern meets classic in an alliance based on simplicity. Designed by PearsonLloyd, Quilt is the creative expression of a style that defies fashions and definitions because it appears to elegantly embrace many of them. The clean yet voluptuous lines of the Quilt sofa and armchair system, the rounded softness of the deep seat cushions and the special vertical stitching on the quilted backrest and armrests all lend an air of sophisticated elegance, perfect for home decor and international contract settings. Thanks to the sleek steel base, the pieces appear to float just above the floor. The rich yet compact design yields unexpected visual lightness. The square Quilt ottoman completes the system.


Designer: PearsonLloydYear: 2007
Technical overview

Cod. OQUA100
W 100 D 80 H 68 cm
H seat 41 cm

Cod. OQUB100
W 100 D 80 H 68 cm
H seat 41 cm

Cod. OQUN80
W 80 D 80 H 41 cm
H seat 41 cm

Cod. OQUD140
W 140 D 80 H 68 cm
H seat 41 cm

Cod. OQUE140
W 140 D 80 H 68 cm
H seat 41 cm

Cod. OQUC160
W 160 D 80 H 68 cm
H seat 41 cm

Cod. OQUG200
W 200 D 80 H 68 cm
H seat 41 cm

Cod. OQUH200
W 200 D 80 H 68 cm
H seat 41 cm

Cod. OQUF220
W 220 D 80 H 68 cm
H seat 41 cm

Cod. OQUL240
W 240 D 80 H 68 cm
H seat 41 cm

Cod. OQUM240
W 240 D 80 H 68 cm
H seat 41 cm

Cod. OQUI260
W 260 D 80 H 68 cm
H seat 41 cm

Materials and finishes
Internal frame: poplar plywood 18 mm thick.
Padding: differentiated - density polyurethane foam.
Base: metal feet chrome or painted finish.
Cushions: feather.
Upholstery: removable cover.
Base:

Poplar plywood 25%

Metal components 20%

Upholstery 20%

Polyurethane foam 15%

Feather 15%

Elastic belts 5%

PearsonLloyd

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.