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ELAN

ELAN


Range of seating elements: end elements with or without armrest, central elements, pouf and armchairs with removable cover in fabrics and leathers of the collection.

designer: Jasper Morrison

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YEAR 1999 Elan’s modular version is presented to celebrate 15 years of uninterrupted commercial success of this Italian sofa. Range of seating elements with frame in medium density conglomerate panels, solid fir, poplar plywood and metal frame, springy on elastic belts. The 2014 version has extended its range with the possibility of angular composition and the new ottomans. Padding in multi-density polyurethane foam, the seat cushions will be available also in polyurethane foam (to clearly specify the requested version while ordering). Removable cover in fabrics or in leathers of the collection. Legs in satin stainless steel with feet in grey polypropylene.

dimensions
230
82
41/60
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Jasper Morrison

Designer

Jasper Morrison

Born in London in 1959, Japer Morrison graduated from the Royal College of Art and established his first design office in 1986. Immediately following, he began his lasting and valuable collaboration with Cappellini. Nowadays he works in London and Paris for high-level companies such as Alessi, Flos, Rowenta, Sony and Samsung. Each Morrison project has a simple elegance which makes it strongly modern as an archetype linked to past, favoring function on expression.