Tuile 3-Seater Sofa



Designed by Patrick Norguet, the Tuile collection gets its name from a traditional French biscuit, as it is narrow with an arched shape like the backrest of these upholstered items.
The Tuile collection includes an armchair, a 2-seater sofa and a 3-seater sofa with a light painted metal frame and a curved comfortable seat with polyurethane foam padding. The upholstery is made of fabric or leather, including the option of combining two different finishes for the front and back, and can be freely matched with the colours of the frame. With its tailored workmanship and a multitude of colours available, Tuile is ideal in the living room and in all rooms in the home dedicated to relaxation. The exterior covering is made of Sunbrella® fabric: stain-resistant, breathable, UV-resistant and water-repellent.

Estimated Lead Time: 8 to 10 Weeks
Can be shipped within the EU Countries
  • Removable upholstery for the fabric and leather versions.
  • For info on fabric composition, see inside cover.
  • For COM/COL orders, see inside cover.
  • 86.5" W x 28" D x 27.5" H
  • COM consumption : 4,8 ml (H . 140 cm) .
  • COL consumption : 9,1 mq.
  • Please see materials & finishes catalog for colors and fabrics.

    Both were born in the province of Udine and met at Politecnico di Milano, where they graduated in Industrial Design. Paolo Lucidi (1974) has had artistic training. He has worked in a factory, as a clerk, shop assistant and designer. He worked for a short period at the studio belonging to Piero Lissoni and then, for several years, alongside Marc Sadler, sharing projects for leading international companies including American Standard Europe and Salvatore Ferragamo. It was here that he learnt the hard but inspiring process of innovation, which, after many attempts, can lead to great design and commercial success. Luca Pevere (1977) He has gained professional experience with Clino Trini Castelli, examining the quality aspect of design (Mitsubishi and Hitachi), on the one hand, while analysing the technical aspect with Marco Ferreri, the pragmatic heir of Bruno Munari (Zerodisegno and Magis), on the other. In 2006, after 11 years, they left Milan and set up Studio Lucidi_Pevere based in Udine. They have designed for Novecentoundici, Deroma, Gedy, Softline, Unitable, Mariani and many more. Currently, they are working together with Foscarini, Arper, Horm, Kristalia and Teracrea to develop new products. “Ernesto Caiazza” Promosedia 1998 Award for the Svita product. “Maniago Design” 2005 Award for the Taj product.

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