The MMinterier Element Sofa could find an appreciative home in open concept houses and even in offices. The contemporary chesterfield creates a sort of room around itself with the layering of backrest bands that muffle sound and form tight partitions around the sitter.
Boris Klimek's modular frame of the seating system enables you to have a two-seater, a three-seater or a combined L or U-shaped configuration. The pieces can even be connected directly to sets of coffee tables to make the entire room's furnishings into one cohesive collection.
The metal reinforcing bars in the back of the MMinterier Element Sofa can also be taken on and off. With them, the increasingly broad cushioned bands can add to the height of the incorporated divider and without them, the couch embodies a very different shorter look.
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