Designed in 1967 and developed in 1970 for the Osaka Expo, this system of modular sofas, with curvy, organic lines, allows infinite solutions to be created by combining and aligning the simple curved elements. The steel structure is covered with non-deforming, expanded polyurethane padding, upholstered in stretch fabric.
Pierre Paulin - 1967
In 1967, the French designer Pierre Paulin challenged the rationalism that was predominant at the time by envisaging a range of seats with naturally winding lines. Developed for Expo 1970 in the City after which it is named, the Osaka sofa has been revitalized by LaCividina. Endless seating solutions can be created simply by joining together its straight and curved modules.