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How many shapes can a body take? As a gymnast moving in space, NADIA furniture elements like to change their-self in order to reach new forms and… Read More
How many shapes can a body take? As a gymnast moving in space, NADIA furniture elements like to change their-self in order to reach new forms and creating this way new solutions for the living room. Each furniture element combines soft parts with wooden parts: the soft parts give to the user many different sitting and laying solutions, and the wooden parts create space for third objects such as books, glasses and TV remote controls. The sofa is ideal both to sit and have a drink watching TV or to read a book, and this also from a complete laying position. “Sitting” can mean many different positions for different users, that’s why the armchair, with its many rotating parts, adapts itself to the different poses which users can assume while reading or relaxing time. The small table isn't just a table: its soft and rotating bottom side parts allow users to use it for sitting, completely o in an "hybrid" form (half-sit, half-table). Read Less
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How many shapes can a body take? As a gymnast moving in space, NADIA furniture elements like to change their-self in order to reach new forms and creating this way new solutions for the living room.
“Sitting” can mean many different positions for different users, that’s why the armchair, with its many rotating parts, adapts itself to the different poses which users can assume while reading or relaxing time.
The sofa is ideal both to sit and have a drink watching TV or to read a book, and this also from a complete laying position.
The small table isn't just a table: its soft and rotating bottom side parts allow users to use it for sitting, completely o in an "hybrid" form (half-sit, half-table).

Each furniture element combines soft parts with wooden parts: the soft parts give to the user many different sitting and laying solutions, and the wooden parts create space for third objects such as books, glasses and TV remote controls.