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Moon System, steel structure frame, polyurethane insde. Cover by fabric with ottoman.

collection: B&B Indoor

designer: Zaha Hadid



product details

With its unmistakable distinctive profile, like the buildings designed by her, Zaha Hadid creates a highly dynamic corner sofa. It looks like a “single block” that contains, as if ‘sculpted’ into a single material, the backrest, seat and armrest, which match the ottoman that perfectly corresponds to the hollows of the seat and follows its profile. It is a powerfully iconic sofa-sculpture that does not renounce ergonomic design. It is ideally placed in the centre of a room. Internal frame in tubular steel and steel profiles, internal frame upholstery in Bayfit® (Bayer®) flexible cold shaped polyurethane foam. Cover in fabric LEGA 560, gold color. Included ottoman same color.

288 cm151 cm
200 cm108 cm
85 cm 50 cm
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Zaha Hadid


Zaha Hadid

Zaha Hadid was an architect who consistently pushes the boundaries of architecture and urban design. Best known for her seminal built works (Vitra fire station, Land Formation-one, Bergisel ski-jump, Strasbourg tram station, the Rosenthal Centre for Contemporary Art in Cincinnati, the BMW central building in Leipzig, the hotel Puerta America (interior) in Madrid, the Ordrupgaard Museum extension in Copenhagen, and the Phaeno Science Center in Wolfsburg, her central concerns involve a simultaneous engagement in practice, teaching and research. Hadid studied architecture at the Architectural Association from 1972 and was awarded the diploma prize in 1977. She then became a partner of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture, taught at the AA with OMA collaborators Rem Koolhaas and Elia Zenghelis, and later led her own studio at the AA until 1987. In addition, she was made honorary member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, fellow of the American Institute of Architecture and Commander of the British Empire, 2002.