Héctor Diego designs Japan, a collection of sofas and armchairs of minimalist language integrated by pieces of great visual lightness and daring lines in their simplicity of concept. It’s forms allow the collection to give personality to any space in all types of architecture.
Its four-legged metal structure adapts to space and use. The 46 centimetres from the seat to the floor allow you to sit and stand comfortably. Japan uses its characteristic primitive lines to win the most suggestive conceptual design.
Conceived with the variety of uses as a central value, Japan, with the same naturalness and success, decorates waiting and reception areas, conferences or chat rooms and areas for the exchange of ideas. Héctor Diego’s design proposes couches and armchairs with a simple and minimalist code, with a daring and agile profile.
Resolved with careful and painstaking seams, the upholstery dresses the piece as a whole, encompassing body, seat and backrest subtly and elegantly.
Four-legged metal structure with a characteristic cross at the bottom, which is attached to the structure of the upholstered body.
Structure: Metallic steel in 1, 2 and 3 seats: painted epoxy.
Casing. Interior: Solid wood and flexible PU foam.