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Duc-Duc

DesignMario Bellini

While respecting the innovative and sophisticated character of the original design, Cassina renews and updates this sofa, both in terms of comfort and the size of the seat, while maintaining its characteristic panel structure assembled by means of a zip that runs along the sides for its entire height. Thanks to the study carried out by Cassina LAB, the cushion padding in polyurethane foam is wrapped with a 100% recycled fibre, obtained from PET mainly recovered from the sea, guaranteeing comfort and respect for the environment.

Infinito Wall

DesignFranco Albini

The Infinito bookcase has expanded to include a new fixed to the wall version with a different and more stable floor support.
Infinito Wall is an even more contemporary and functional bookcase: thanks to the insertion of a low upright it is possible to add a dedicated storage unit with doors to create a compartment above that can hold a TV screen up to 65" with a 165cm shelf above it. The new cupboard can be equipped for the passage of cables, maintaining visual order and lightness.

Kangaroo

Hommage à Pierre Jeanneret

Made for the city’s General Hospital Hall but also present in many private houses, Kangaroo is characterised by the "Z" shape of its sides, made up of a sequence of three vaguely triangular coplanar elements placed in continuity. The seat and backrest feature typical weaving inside the wooden frame.

Civil Bench

Hommage à Pierre Jeanneret

The bench, produced for the lodgings and apartments of the members of the Indian city’s Legislature Assembly, consists of three consecutive seat elements supported by a single frontal crossbar and two side supports positioned in the shape of an inverted "V". The seat has the typical weaving that recurs in all the Collection.

Paravento Balla

DesignGiacomo Balla

This wooden screen is based on an original tempera and pencil sketch on paper by artist Giacomo Balla. Today, Cassina revives this brightly coloured accessory to divide and complete the various areas of the house with a real artistic touch.

Maralunga

DesignVico Magistretti

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Vico Magistretti, the same pattern that upholstered the Maralunga sofa in the 1970s has been brought back to life with a new pinstripe design fabric exclusively produced by Kvadrat Febrik. The textile, named Otterlo Stripes, is a stretch velvet with a sumptuous, soft pile. Due to its knitted construction it elegantly clings to the sofa’s curves.

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