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Mariposa ottoman

By Vitra


  • Description

    The Mariposa Sofa radiates an inviting aura of spacious comfort – and yet maintains a subtly understated presence thanks to its balanced proportions. The sofa owes its extraordinary comfort, on the one hand, to the pleasantly soft upholstery, which completely surrounds the sitter and prevents contact with any hard structural elements. On the other hand, an ingenious adjustment mechanism makes it possible to individually tilt the side and backrest elements for various sitting or reclining positions. Though conceived as a two-seater, the Mariposa Sofa offers sufficient seating space for three people.The name of the sofa refers to its refined functionality: the wing-like motion range of the soft, slender panels reminded the designers of a butterfly – 'Mariposa' in Spanish.

    Mariposa ottoman is a collection of round poufs in three different sizes. In collaboration with Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, Vitra launches new variations of the mariposa sofa. the range of sofas is complemented by round ottomans. they not only harmonise with the soft contours of the sofas, but create even more ways to enjoy mariposa's superb comfort.

  • Technical Info

    Small: Ø:43 x H:42 cm
    Medium: Ø:52 x 32 cm
    Large: Ø:68 x 32 cm

    Structural frame: webbed metal frame with polyurethane foam
    Seat cushions: polyurethane and visco foams with chamber cushion overlay
    Back and armrest cushions: chamber cushion filled with stripped-quill feathers and PU rods
    Glides: plastic glides with levelling adjustment
    Covers: removable

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  • Designer
    Barber & Osgerby

    Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby have worked together since meeting as students at the Royal College of Art in 1992. Born in Shrewsbury in 1969, Barber studied at Leeds before the RCA, while Osgerby, born in Oxford in 1969, was a student at Ravensbourne. One of their first collaborative projects was the Loop Table, a deceptively simple coffee table with a birch ply top looping around the base, which was produced first by Isokon Plus in the UK, then by Cappellini in Italy. They continue to design furniture for Cappellini and Isokon Plus but also have developed products for Authentics, Levi-Strauss and Magis as well as working on conceptual projects for Dornbracht and Abet Laminati. In 2001, Barber Osgerby founded Universal Design Studio to execute architectural and interior design projects, which have included Pharmacy, the west London restaurant, the Skandium concessions in Selfridges, and fashion stores for Stella McCartney.

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    • Credo 01 Cream
    • Credo 07 Black/Anthracite
    • Credo 08 Dark blue/Black
    • Dumet (pale rose/beige 10)
    • Iroko (Lemon 01)
    • Moss (Petrol/Aubergine 11)
    • Olimpo 02 Pearl
    • Olimpo 03 Bamboo
    • Olimpo 04 Sandstone
    •  Olimpo 05 Taupe grey
    • Olimpo 06 Graphite

  • Delivery

    6-8 weeks
    Made to order item

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