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Design by Antonio Citterio

The austerity of aluminum meets the warmth of iroko wood in this seating system distinguished by its lean, minimalist design. The lower part of the Milos sofa structure is made of aluminum, a lightweight yet strong material, while the upper part is in solid iroko, a kind of wood whose high resistance to the effects of weather makes it particularly suited to use in outdoor settings. In counterpoint to the clean, squared lines of the structure are the voluminous seat and backrest cushions with their soft padding and elegant couture details, like the grosgrain piping. The Milos seating system also includes a reclinable daybed that can stand alone or be integrated into various arrangements by means of fasteners that can be hooked and unhooked with ease. If not in use for lengthy periods of time, it is recommended that the Milos sofas be covered with their respective covers to keep them in good condition and maintain their original appearance as long as possible. Most of the components used in the Milos seating elements can be recycled.
Structure in aluminum, epoxy powder-coated or in embossed lacquered. Water-repellent elastic. Sits on feet made of thermoplastic material.

Backrest reclinable, in solid iroko. Backrest recliner system in stainless steel and bracket in grey thermoplastic material.

Seat and backrest cushion in polyurethane foam and polyester fiber covered with a protective, water-repellent laminated fabric.

Upholstery piping tailored detail includes grosgrain piping that can be crafted in all the colors on the sample board.

Upholstery in removable fabric.

Slipcover in cotton terry cloth toweling, removable and washable in water. Can be crafted in all the colors on the sample board. Upon request, with upcharge.

Cover in waterproof material. Cover is upon request, with upcharge.

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