True Design is gearing up to drop three chic collections that boast smooth, monochromatic furniture and some function-forward hybrid pieces. Dubbed 'True Goes Through,' the capsule features items that can be easily transferrable from office to home environments and everything in between. This is mainly due to the sophisticated and minimalist silhouettes, as well as the subtle choice of color palette.
The first drop of monochromatic furniture is 'CODE' which is essentially "a flexible seating system comprising poufs and maxi poufs." Conceived by Parisotto+Formenton, the pieces are adaptable enough to advocate for space-specific customization. Orlandini's 'E-QUO' is a hybrid object that can be used as a bench or "a fence for leaning." Finally, Favaretto and Partners' 'WAVE' features fluidly dynamic coffee tables and wall shelves.
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