Les Angles by Smarin

March 12th, 2017 by retail design blog

As the Livingstones and Dunes, Les Angles are at the same time a seating solution and structuring elements for living spaces. They form a set of geometric cushions which easily fit together to transform in seats for individuals or groups. A new furniture collection of eight elements to arrange at will.

This project fits perfectly in Smarin’s universe: an original but familiar landscape, made of forms and colours to manipulate freely. Together they are a flexible pavement, able to cover the floor, the ceiling or the walls. Thanks to the wool properties, they then become a remarkable insulating and soundproof structure.

Les Angles can adapt to any environment, from private spaces to larger contract projects. Born in the museums from a creative spirit, Les Angles have matured. Smarin designed them into functional domestic objects to discuss, rest or work.

Design: Smarin

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One thought on “Les Angles by Smarin

  1. Richard Lowe says:

    I am a big fan of Smarin and admire how they address the functional problems of seating. It’s maybe something that is neglected in chair and seat design, how to support the body in a more natural way when the mind is focused, or drifting for that matter. We mainly make furniture out of hardwood and our approach is to incorporate flexible materials such as leather and canvas into our designs, such as in our iteration of the Spanish Chair.

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