Superonda White by Archizoom for Poltronova
Magnificent space age sofa Model SuperOnda with curved and eccentric lines. Designed in 1967 by the radical Florentine Archizoom group for Poltronova, it is the first sofa without a shell. It consists of two waves, hence SuperOnda, made from a block of polyurethane sawn into two parts by an "S" cut, which fit together and overlap, shaping different configurations. Lightness and modularity allow for a variety of uses: Superonda can be a sofa, bed and chaise longue. Like many of the pieces designed by the Archizoom group, it proves a challenge to bourgeois conventions, stimulating the user's creativity and imagination. The white sky-vinyl upholstery.
The work of Archizoom-which historians place in the strand of radical architecture-has investigated different areas of creativity and design: object design, clothing, furniture, space and large urban-scale proposals. Their work interprets the ideals of a generation that sought new nonconformist lifestyles, free from the constraints of architecture. The sofa is perfect for eccentric and glamorous fashionable living rooms.
Height: 35.44 in (90 cm)
Width: 89.77 in (228 cm)
Depth: 23.63 in (60 cm)
Seat Height: 13.78 in (35 cm)
In very good Condition