Day bed and pouf with mahogany-stained solid cherrywood frame and legs with pressure die-cast aluminium and grey nylon castors. Seat (and day bed pillow) padded with polyurethane foam and synthetic wool. Removable cover in white linen/cotton with hem stitching. W. 64 D. 184 H. 42
The cultured and omnivorous voracity of Philippe Starck faces, in Neoz collection, the poeme of solid wood and the traditional archetypes’ formal review. The result is a “timeless” collection characterized by straight lines as well as by a strong image. Neoz sofas, bed and day-bed emphasize the formal charateristics of the collection they belong to, by building a sort of “living nest” marked by the hem-stitched tissue whiteness, like past laundry, and the cushions’ softness. Large wheels, though, suggest an only termporary luxe. The desire to review timeless archetypes is one of Neoz collection features, which is revealed also by tables. Calacatta white marble combines with ebonized solid wood, while nylon wheels emphasis is counterbalanced by legs multiplication.