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A 1064

The strong presence of textile in the Timber collection designed by Charles Kalpakian gives it the appearance of a comfortable cloud that seems to levitate above the ground. The wooden structure disappears under the furniture to appear only at the back and on each side of the armrests, playing on the resemblance to the roots of a tree. The character and dynamism of the furniture is reinforced by the choice of a two-color between the textile and the wood.

3.140 €
Payment in 3 times available from 300€
Product details

Solid wood base, solid wood inner frame, elastic straps, HR foam, fabric cover and dacron fibre filled pillows

Length 93 cm
Depth 104.5 cm
Height 75 cm
Seat height 37 cm

Cream fabric / beech walnut finish base
kvadrat vidar 1511
94% wool, 6% nylon

Green fabric / green oak base
kvadrat vidar 1062
94% wool, 6% nylon

Grey fabric / green oak base
kvadrat remix 126
90% wool, 10% nylon

Year of release

Charles Kalpakian

Manufactured in our family workshop in Lebanon

See the product sheet in PDF

On order, Delivery within 9 to 14 weeks

Made to order.
Delivery time 9 to 14 weeks, depending on destination.

Our team will be happy to follow up your order by email at info@kanndesign.com or by telephone on +33 (0)9 62 54 42 03.

"The starting point of the Timber adventure is this U-shaped frame that structures each sofa. This unusual use of the wooden base is based on the imagination of the cabin." Charles Kalpakian
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Charles Kalpakian

Charles Kalpakian was born in Beirut in 1982. After collaborating with prestigious agencies, such as designer Christophe Pillet, he opened his own studio in 2011. His clear line, where the lines of calligraphy can be read, is applied to his design of furniture and accessories for the home as well as to his stagings. His creations combine oriental influences and western culture of modernity. He has notably designed the showrooms of the Italian brand Nemo Lighting in Paris and Milan. In 2018, he collaborated with Gebrüder Thonet Vienna for the Wallpaper* Handmade. Charles Kalpakian has been collaborating since 2017 with NGOs, such as the Tumo Foundation in Armenia and House of Today in Lebanon.
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