The Freeform Sofa and Ottoman were born out of the Noguchi sculptural style which exerted a lasting influence on the organic design language of the time. Freeform is an exquisite example of the mid-century biomorphic form as designed by Isamu Noguchi in 1946. The rare originals made around that time achieved record prices at auctions. In balance and harmony with nature, the Freeform sofa and ottoman is an icon of modern furniture design. Noguchi emphasizes this effect with a thin but extremely comfortable upholstery and selection of covering in natural colors. It is ideal for living rooms, but is also ideal for commercial settings such as lobby, hotel, or boutiques. Alivar Art. 722 and 726. Available in leather and fabrics. Priced in Cat. C fabric.
Sofa 96,4W 46,8D 29,1H (Inches)
Ottoman 53,1W 31,9D 19H
The production is entirely Italian. Only high-quality prime Italian raw materials and components are used together with production methods that are typically - traditional. Semi-manufactured products are all produced exclusively in Italy. The distinctive marks that will be applied to the products (tags, adhesives and labels) will allow the end user to have a guarantee of the genuine Italian origin of the product. The hologram and the traceability system will serve to avoid counterfeiting of the brand and its products. Alivar Museum produces authentic licensed mid century furniture reproductions delivered with Certificates of Authenticity. We make custom orders easy with Fast & Free Shipping!
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