Since 1979, Italian furniture brand Alias has partnered with designers who embody their vision of combining craftsmanship and technology. One of those longstanding collaborators is Michele De Lucchi, and together the two have recently released trigono.
Known for his contemporary designs, De Lucchi’s trigono sofa features a visible wooden frame that’s both lightweight and sturdy. The sofa’s structure is made up of two side stands, a central beam, and a system of belts that support the cushions of the seat that is cantilevered. It shows off attention to detail and a knowledge of geometric angles juxtaposed with solid and empty volumes that characterize the piece.
The trigono collection consists of a 2-seater sofa, a 3-seater sofa, and an armchair.