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The charm of the maestro
Capitol Complex Sofa is the settee designed by Pierre Jeanneret with an iconic wood structure in the form of an inverted ‘V’, upholstered in leather or fabric.
The generous padding that envelops the seat, armrests and backrest of the settee signals an immediate sense of comfort. Tied to the history of Chandigarh, the Indian city designed by Le Corbusier in the 1950s, the family of furnishings – which, in addition to the small sofa, includes the equally iconic armchair – pays tribute to Pierre Jeanneret, a key figure in the creation of the city and considered the author of many pieces of its furniture.
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A distillation of the productive excellence of the Cassina joinery, the sofa structure is made in four types of premium wood: the historic version in teak; in natural oak; in oak stained black and in oak stained dark walnut.