Designer: Jean Marie Massaud
Synthesis, reduction, lightweight. But above all comfort: these are the principles that Jean Marie Massaud has always been following for his creations. These principles were transferred into Yale the collection of sofas and armchairs that in 2011 was awarded the prestigious Golden Compass for its innovative vision of upholstered sofas and armchairs combined with a minimal support structure. In fact, it’s the lightweight of the aluminum composing the supporting base that “embraces” the sophisticated cushions filled with polyester wadding. Offering the chance to play with fabrics, finishes, and colors, Yale with its strong identity adapts to every type of interior, both residential and contract. Such an elegance, purified from any mannerism and focusing on the product’s essence, can be also found in Yale X, Yale Bed, and Yale Low Table.
Frame: Extruded aluminum frame with elastic bands, diecast aluminum feet. The frame is painted matt white, bronze, and black nickel.
Cushions: Backrest and armrest with internal loadbearing structure in tubular aluminum and a particular system for fastening to the proﬁle. Variable-density foam polyurethane padding and cover in Rollo Fill® (polyester microspheres) and polyester wadding. This particular composition of the cushion gives the padding natural softness and elasticity, a long lifespan, and high comfort.
Covers: The upholstery in fabric or leather covers every part of the sofa and is completely removable.
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