Contemporary Danish furniture brand, BoConcept, updates its powered motion sofa, Parma, designed by celebrated Dutch designer, Frans Schrofer.
Once customers live with the comfort of a powered recliner sofa, most can’t imagine life without it. However, those comforts, and the mechanisms involved, have typically imposed aesthetic limitations. In Parma, Frans Schrofer has rewritten the rules.
Unlike traditional motion designs, Parma is light and doesn’t flaunt its motion capabilities. In fact, guests won’t know that it is motion sofa at all, until it springs into virtually silent life at the touch of a button. Parma’s look is characterized by muscular lines, folded stitch details and sleek, sculptural legs.
Parma’s back/headrests and footrests can all be adjusted independently via concealed soft-touch switches located between the seat and armrest. Close attention was also paid to the movement of the back/headrests, ensuring that Parma can be positioned against a wall without obstructing the motion.
An array of configurations can be built through Parma’s six modules: a one-seater without armrests, a one-seater with single armrest (left or right), a conventional two-and-a-half seater with armrests, a chaise longue with armrest (left or right), a corner module and an open-end module. All modules come with powered motion, with the obvious exception of the open-end unit.
The Parma sofa can be ordered now in the brand’s full range of over a hundred luxury leathers and fabrics. The chaise longue, corner and open-end modules are 2019 updates and will be available to order from September 2019.
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