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Chesterfield… in cardboard!
Corvasce Presented at the Maison & Objet 2016 show in Paris, the 2800 line is betting on creating a range inspired by English Chesterfield ... with contemporary materials! Designed by Domenico De Palo, this original sofa plays on the paradox between the apparent fragility of the cardboard layers and its extreme solidity in use. The gray leather finish ennobles the object by making it unique.
An original bottle rack
Corvasce To change from the traditional, unattractive and outdated bottle rack, Corvasce had the idea of bringing it to life. Colorful (blue, coral red, green, orange or white), modular and obviously made of cardboard, it almost becomes a wall painting. A piece of furniture to combine, mix, decorate.
A stylish armchair that imposes
Corvasce With its generous dimensions, the Bergère armchair, made of laminated cardboard, attracts curiosity. Prestance of form and apparent poverty of the material make it an ironic piece, very modern. A design that questions and amuses, what could be more successful?
Moku: the sculptural library
Corvasce The Moku collection from Corvasce focuses on the essence of its raw material, wood, by creating pieces inspired by furniture design from the 1950s. The flagship of the range, the library, made of recycled cardboard and painted wood , wants to be sculptural. We like its abrupt and geometric lines which structure the space by their mere presence.
A clean office
Corvasce With the Vimini collection, Corvasce uses recycled materials to recreate the visual identity of the 60s, while adapting it to our times. The combination of natural cardboard and white takes us into a refined universe. The lines are simple and the angles rounded for more softness. A successful balance to furnish our interiors with sobriety, modernity and elegance.
At the king's table
Corvasce The Columbia table has kept the splendor of the dimensions and the original shape while getting rid of the accessory decorations. Result? An impressive piece, extremely solid. Disconcerting, the Columbia table will be readily displayed in a loft, a snap to the stylish furniture that has long decorated bourgeois apartments.
Louis XVI style in cardboard
Corvasce Still a little poetic irony for this collection inspired by 18th century furniture. Playing on the design and the reliefs, the Luigi XVI line, composed of a table, an armchair, a library and several mirrors, is worked in detail.
Tradition and modernity united in an armchair
Corvasce Associated with the Columbia round table, the Ambrose armchairs stand out from the crowd with their sinuous curves and contrasts, playing on the play of light. Perfect example of the alliance of tradition and modernity, these armchairs will be installed at your table in total look, with the table of the range, as in counterpoint with a rectilinear light wooden tray.
Colorful cardboard in the house
Corvasce With the Colors line, Corvasce uses chromatic variations to make its creations vibrate. Pretty very fifties shades go well with the raw cardboard. We like the double contrast of shapes and colors that we find on almost all models, like the Stone sofa, worked like a cut stone.