The slimline design of the Mariposa Club Sofa and Armchair (2017) by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby offers maximum seating comfort, while the compact dimensions take up limited space.

Backrest cushion filling
Mixture of foam cubes and ball fibres
Covers
Removable
Depth
87.5cm
Fabric code
F60
Fabric material
Olimpo
Height
41cm
Seat cushions
Multilayer PU foam upholstery
Seat depth
52cm
Seat width
50.5cm
Upholstery colour
Olimpo 10 sierra grey
Width
81.5cm
Year
2017
The Mariposa family of sofas exudes an invitingly cosy feel with a modern touch. In collaboration with Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, Vitra has now expanded the collection with new variations: the Mariposa Club Sofa and the Mariposa Club Armchair. Both pieces are suitable for high-quality, compact urban living spaces and for use in lounge and hospitality settings. The slimline body of both the sofa and armchair offers maximum seating comfort, while the compact dimensions take up limited space. The Mariposa Club epitomises a design philosophy that seeks quality and expressive flair in a condensed format. 

Unlike the other sofas of the Mariposa family, the Mariposa Club Sofa and Mariposa Club Armchair do not have adjustable side and backrests. However, despite smaller dimensions, both pieces follow the design of their larger counterparts, offering pleasantly soft upholstery and a high degree of comfort. Their covers come in a wide selection of colours and fabrics, allowing for numerous individualisation options.

The Mariposa family is complemented by two round ottomans of different sizes that also match the soft contours of the Mariposa Club Sofa and Armchairs.

Seat Cushion Description: webbed metal frame with polyurethane foam.

Glides Description: plastic glides with levelling adjustment.


Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby

Edward Barber, born in Shrewsbury in 1969, and Jay Osgerby, born in Oxford in 1969, studied architecture and interior design as fellow students at the Royal College of Art in London. In 1996, they founded their own studio for design and architecture under the name Barber & Osgerby. Since that time, their collaborative work has probed the interface between industrial design, furniture design and architecture.


Swiss manufacturer Vitra’s collections of furniture and lighting bring together the colour, culture and sophistication of the world’s most prominent designers.