Inspired by organic shapes with the capacity for agile functionality, True introduced their new collection that speaks of lightness, versatility and respect for nature.
Meet Nomade: a versatile new collection with a playful approach to sustainability. Designer Luciano Dell’Orefice describes the Nomade family of wooden tables and stools as “humble and light", and was "inspired by Japanese culture, where the essential becomes naturally agile".
Discreet details complement Lisa's strong geometric lines, with designers E-ggs, describing her as "a chair with a simple and rigorous appearance", and specifically highlighting the face of the rear leg which curves into line with the backrest, or the cut of the seat which reveals the structure in the back as key design features.
Winding through the exhibition space was Oscar, the new double-sided sofa system designed by Parisotto + Formenton, adding a welcoming softness against the timber elements. Parisotto highlights Oscar's "generous, deep and welcoming proportions" with refined tone-on-tone stitching to create a seamless squared shape. Designed for both indoor and outdoor use, Oscar's informal approach reflects the growing contemporary need for flexibility in our everyday spaces.