3D organic made to measure

Back after an absence of one year: Leda Collection is synonymous with made to measure – regardless of the style, from timeless to modern. But what if the trend is organic and retro?

Even then, Leda Collection makes the sofa exactly how the customer wants it: to the exact width, height and depth required. Such complex bespoke work truly proves that ‘craftsmanship equals mastery’. This puts the Okinawa model in a whole new light. Otherwise, the kidney shape is a design classic that regularly stages a comeback. (Hence the evocative model name: Okinawa is the Japanese island with the longest-living residents.) The bespoke work includes further styling options such as a (wooden) plinth, with optional HPL ‘gilding’.

In terms of fabrics, bouclés are back in fashion. But there is huge variation in bouclés. Leda Collection emphasises this with a number of model-specific bouclés, although you are free to choose other fabrics. The Okinawa model is tightly upholstered, which a more robust bouclé allows. The soft, cubist Zoë calls for a refined, more supple fabric ─ because of its few folds. They represent nonchalant character and the soft seating comfort of this modular sofa. The (swivel) armchair Manou showcases a third bouclé. What’s more, this model is available in two sizes (standard and large) and with a swivel base option.

Last year, the company moved to new business premises, hence the year away from the fair. So did you miss Leda Collection at the Furniture Fair last year? This year there’s even more to see!