DescriptionEuropean design never looked so good as with Kubikoff's Kubo Italian bench. Uniquely composed of loose parts, this bench is all about high quality materials and a sleek design aesthetic. The wooden frame and cushions are available in different versions. You can choose the type of coating and the frame you want. The wooden frame is standard in natural ashwood, fumed white, cherry, walnut, wenge, black or white stained. Cushions filled with high resilient foam covered with natural down feathers. Cushion covers are easily removed and are available in a variety of upholstery options including fabric (washable), leather, and natural-hair cowhide. Kubo Bench is a highly functional and comfortable chair designed by Gino Lemson.
Special Order Only - 12 Weeks
Can be shipped within the EU Countries
- With a comfortable upholstered seat
- Cushions filled with high resilient foam covered with
natural down feathers
- Sledge: Hand polished stainless steel
- Construction: Independent steel frame with heavy belting straps
- Standard wooden frame
- Suitable for both residential and commercial use
- 17"H x 49"W x 18"D
Seat Color Options
PLEASE ADD THE COLOR CODE ON YOUR ORDER NOTES WHEN PLACING AN ORDER
DesignerGino Lemson was born in 1972 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. As a child Gino enjoyed drawing and painting, academic subjects were not his favorite! After finishing an education in graphic design Gino began working as a printer. Aged 20, Gino and his brother opened a small furniture shop called GM Living Style. Here Gino began working on designs for chairs and sofas and went on to develop proto-types. A few years later Gino and Matthieu opened their furniture factory called Nuevo, which specialized in the production of upholstered products. Nuevo became a successful company and the 'Piaceri' model designed by Gino became a best seller. Gino went on to develop several new designs for upholstered products for Nuevo and worked with designers such as Hans Kolpa. In 2004 Gino and Matthieu established Kubikoff srl and Gino realized his first model for the Kubikoff brand, the 'Kubo'.
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