"The integrated side table becomes a bridge between the piece of furniture and the rest of the room," said the designers. "A surface for a still life, a favourite book, plants or whatever you choose to have close at hand."
Rounded soft cushions covered in quilted upholstery sit on top of the base. The collection is named Rise because the seat backs are shaped to resemble the sun coming up over the horizon.
Note created the range for use in both domestic and commercial settings. The high back is designed to shield the sitters from an open-plan office space that could be situated behind.
"It's a sofa with is own expression," Note's Cristiano Pigazzini told Dezeen. "We got inspired by the shape of the rising sun to create a piece of furniture that stand alone, a elegant centrepiece for both home and public spaces."
The sofas are available with or without arms, and the range also includes a footstool with a matching base and fabric.
Photographs are by Mathias Nero.
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