by Frezza

The Moma program has addressed and developed this stylistic theme by proposing a rich assortment of sofa and bench solutions with modern and essential lines, played on a vague retro flavor given by the capitonné workmanship that characterizes the seating of sofas, armchairs and waiting benches.

Compact dimensions, as required in a work environment, low and deep backrests and very large seats characterize this collection, consisting of an armchair model, a two-seater sofa, a three-seater sofa and four different bench models (103 cm single-seater , from 161 cm to two seats and from 202 cm to 3 seats; the sofas have the same lengths as the benches).

Structurally, all products have a plywood shell (a not indifferent qualitative plus where chipboard is normally found), assembled with galvanized steel hardware and square section legs made of anodized aluminum with nylon underfoot.

The important padding is made of polyurethane foam of suitable thickness and density. The range of coverings is very wide, it being understood that the product finds its maximum emphasis in the application of the various categories of leathers offered in the Emmegi collections.

The capitonné workmanship, handcrafted , embellishes the surface of the seat top giving a pinch of twentieth-century atmosphere, also recalled by the benches and by the geometric compositions that the combination of the same allows.

The Moma collection presents a range of effect, elegant and at the same time functional , so vast and articulated as to allow you to furnish any waiting space in the context of high-level executive offices .