Joy collection by Sitland

April 6th, 2017 by retail design blog

Joy is a collection of seat-pouf covered with fine textured upholstery with a cheeky and playful look that focuses on different coloured fabric combinations. A new seating concept which is immediately eye-catching thanks to its silhouettes and colours; this furnishing accessory can by nature easily adorn any room in the home, an office or a contract setting owing to the recent rise in cross- contamination between public and private environments, the workplace and the home. Available in three versions: with fixed base, with castors and rocking.

Joy furnishes and embellishes versatile and multiform settings, with the slightly upward- tapered outline of the seat which emphasises the change in colour of the fabrics. A design selection with simple yet far from obvious silhouettes since its very simplicity makes it a unique, lively and concurrently extremely functional item of furniture. The seat-pouf is available in three versions: with fixed base, with castors and rocking.

The latter, in addition to emphasising the playful side of Joy, was designed in keeping with ergonomic criteria: the balance and stability of the seat in fact encourage proper and relaxing posture. Joy is available in a broad range of fabrics and colours to offer sophisticated, brightly coloured combinations depending on the surrounding setting.

Design: Sitland

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One thought on “Joy collection by Sitland

  1. Mark Stone says:

    Color combination and design is very eye catching.

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