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New FibreGuard

FibreGuard presents seven novelties, of which two belong to the new FibreGuard PRO line, with a fresh proposal of smooth and semi-smooth finishes that incorporate its well-known and innovative technology that allows cleaning and removing stains easily, with just water or some soap .


Smooth, soft and soft to the touch fabric with a suede-like appearance. Available in a wide range of 45 colors.



Plain multipurpose fabric with a texture that contrasts due to its bicolor yarn blend. It comes in a range of 32 colors.








Thick linen look texture presented in an elegant palette of 28 colors. Its great resistance makes it perfect for intensive use.








Herringbone fabric, upholstery backing and melange effect (in the vast majority of its 26 colors).








Fine chenille with irregular dyeing effect ideal for use in upholstery. Available in 40 colors.


Long-lasting sofas

Famous sofas

A home is not a home without it, it is the heart, the soul, the witness of great moments with family, the best naps, the best film sessions, great anecdotes with friends and relaxing moments of disconnection (and connection with oneself). The sofa, that great protagonist of any home. We wanted to pay tribute to him with a small selection of famous iconic design sofas that have stood the test of time. How wonderful it is that a sofa will accompany you all your life…

Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand, 1928
Deeply timeless, the LC2 armchair has played a key role in the history of furniture design, becoming a global icon. Created to enhance conversation, this chair was exhibited at the Salon d’Automne in Paris in 1929, as an archetype of the modern conception of furniture, which its creators Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand called “home furnishings.” Fantastic piece and a true example of timelessness; despite being from the early 20th century, it looks like a totally contemporary sofa.


Vico Magistretti, 1973



Maralunga, by Vino Magistretti for Cassina, is one of the most famous sofas in Italian design. Its creator makes a wonderful reflection on timelessness: “I have never thought of designing furniture or anything else that will not last – it is just something I cannot do. I have never made cardboard furniture or designed anything else to deteriorate. I think that a good design should not be finite, but it can be and not be in fashion for long periods of time, preserving, in any case, its power even after a hundred years.”


Michel Ducaroy,

Michel Ducaroy designed this iconic design for the French firm Ligne Roset more than 40 years ago. A modern, extravagant, and tremendously original sofa that’s still in vogue.


Ueli Berger, Klaus Vogt, Eleonore Peduzzi-Riva, Heinz Ulrich, 1972


The De Sede “non-stop” sofa DS-600 was created in 1972 by Swiss and German designers Ueli Berger, Eleonore Peduzzi Riva, Heinz Ulrich and Klaus Vogt. Its peculiar unique shape can meander and traverse spaces and corners and rooms, or form circular seats. In addition, it has found a reserved place in the Guinness Book of Records as the longest sofa in the world.


Cini Boeri, 1972


‘Strips’ is a beautiful sofa, one of our favourites. It is modular, since it can be configured in infinite ways. The original idea of ​​its designer, Cine Boeri, was to create a soft foam structure reminiscent of old feather filled cushions covered in upholstery that could be easily removed through a zipper system. He was awarded the Golden Compass in 1979 and is exhibited in major design museums around the world. Still today it responds to the need for flexibility in homes.