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Mariposa Club

Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby, 2017

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The Mariposa Club Sofa, Mariposa Club Armchair and Mariposa Club Swivel Armchair are suitable for smaller urban living spaces and for lounge and hospitality settings. The slimline body of both the sofa and armchairs offers maximum seating comfort, while the compact dimensions take up limited space. Mariposa Club epitomises a design philosophy that seeks quality and expressive flair in a condensed format.

Unlike the other sofas of the Mariposa family, the Mariposa Club Sofa and armchairs do not have adjustable side and backrests. However, despite smaller dimensions, they follow the design of their larger counterparts, offering pleasantly soft upholstery and a high degree of comfort – on the Swivel Armchair version this is further enhanced by a flat swivel base with an auto-return mechanism. The covers come in a wide selection of colours and fabrics, allowing for numerous individualisation options.

Designed for the Mariposa family, the two round ottomans of different sizes also match the soft contours of the Mariposa Club family.

Configurator
Linho (10)Other colours
  •  03 truffle
    03 truffle
  •  07 olive
    07 olive
  •  08 steel blue
    08 steel blue
  •  09 atlantic
    09 atlantic
  •  05 rose quartz
    05 rose quartz
  •  06 chestnut
    06 chestnut
  •  10 moor brown
    10 moor brown
  •  01 pearl
    01 pearl
Material description
  • Structural frame: webbed metal frame with polyurethane foam.
  • Seat cushions: multilayer PU foam upholstery. Seat height with applied load: 309 mm (measured in accordance with EN 1335-1).
  • Back cushions: foam cube and ball fibre filling; back cushions attached to backrest by zip fastener.
  • Covers: removable.
  • Glides: plastic glides with levelling adjustment.
This product was designed by
Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby
Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby studied architecture as fellow students at the Royal College of Art in London. Since that time, their collaborative work has probed the interface between industrial design, furniture design and architecture.
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