Marsalis sofa bed, Christophe Pillet design
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Milano Bedding at the Salone del Mobile.Milano presents marsalis, christophe pillet design

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Once again this year Milano Bedding has chosen the stage of the Salone del Mobile.Milano to present its new products: the Marsalis upholstered furniture collection, born from the Christophe Pillet collaboration.

A family that expresses the company's concept, whereby the sofa bed corresponds to a real sofa designed to be, with its elegance, the hero of the living room and at the same time an additional bed.

Marsalis was born from the wish of Milano Bedding and Christophe Pillet to create a minimal and cozy collection, designed to bring style and functionality together in the living room.

Its peculiarity is to ensure great seating comfort and, in addition in the convertible versions, to also conceal in the aesthetics a bed with a 200cm long mattress to guarantee perfect rest.

Thanks to Milano Bedding’s experience and continuous research, to the choice of cutting-edge Lampolet mechanisms and to the creative ability of Christophe Pillet, the structure that contains the bed has in fact been further made even thinner, to make the model stylistically light, like a regular sofa or an armchair.

The collection designed for Milano Bedding has been studied to fit discreetly, but also with elegance and personality, not only in the residential, but also in the hospitality industry.

Thus Marsalis was born: simple, light, comfortable and "aerial". A sofa bed that furnishes without taking up space and that naturally conceals its transformability”.

Christophe Pillet

Therefore declined in sofa and sofa bed, with three or two seats, armchair and armchair bed, the collection features light design, generous cushions and 16cm high feet in black nickel finish.

Marsalis is presented with a leather frame and fabric seat and back cushions, but it can also be made entirely of fabric or leather; structure and cushions have removable covers in all versions.

Gepubliceerd op13 mei 2023 om 0:00