Well-designed pieces: Casadesus' new furniture

Casadesus launched three new furniture pieces.

Marlow is a sofa designed by G. Vegni and G. Gualtierotti. The Marlow sofa has legs that are made of glossy chrome steel, nickel plated graphite or matte gloss. There is also a Marlow Class model, which has legs painted black, but not visible. Most of these are detachable by unscrewing them.  The structure of this sofa is a combination of tubular wooden iron painted with polyester. The wood is covered with expanded polyurethane of different densities and polyester fibre. The cushion of the seat is made from polyurethane foam of different densities of high resistance coated hollow polyester fiber and silicone. For its part, the backrest cushions are covered with protective sleeve with internal divisions and filled with sterilized white duck feathers and down. The suspension is made of elastic straps. It is a sofa with a completely removable cover, except when it is upholstered in leather or imitation material. The frame is also detachable (back and arms) by means of screws.

Said to be inspired by the Catalan painter, the Dali bed of Casadesus was designed by G. Vegni and G. Gualtierotti. Dali bed comes in different measurements, so it is capable of adapting to any mattress, which also allows the internal regulation of its height with respect to the ring. Dali is wood covered with polyurethane foam and hollow silicone polyester fiber, covered with protective fabric. It is completed with cushions covered with protective case with internal divisions and filled with hollow polyester fiber and sterilized white duck feathers and down, with implants of polyurethane foam of different densities. It is a completely removable and detachable bed.


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Meanwhile, designed by Ximo Roca, Urka chair comes in different models, with or without armrests. Metal finishes can be polished, glossy stainless steel or painted in grey.