Adrenalina’s Postmodern LEO Couch Assortment Goes Inexperienced

It’s getting easier to see which brands are using transparency in their manufacturing process – and which are not. The renowned upholstery manufacturer Adrenalina is taking steps in the right direction with its furniture. The updated LEO sofa collection is looking for new, ecologically sustainable materials and uses SEAQUAL materials.

Sofas and armchairs brought to life by Russian designer Daria Zinovatnaya are now upholstered in Camira Fabrics’ new Oceanic material, a 100% recycled polyester fabric made from plastic waste that pollutes beaches and oceans. It was developed as part of the SEAQUAL project, an initiative that brands from around the world are participating in to keep seas and oceans clean. The high-tech material is wear-resistant and available in a range of pastel colors.

The LEO sofa collection looks elegant and balanced between a rigid metal frame and softly padded cushions. Zinovatnaya’s design style focuses on the relationship between color and geometry and finds inspiration in Russian avant-garde of the early 20th century and postmodern design of the early 1980s. The postmodern shapes of the LEO series meet the needs of those looking for a corner to relax and who appreciate the comfort in a waiting area.

sofa

Sofa and chair

Sofas and chair

Armchair and armrest of the chair

Detail of the chairs

Armchair and armrest of the chair

armchair

armchair

Armchair and sofa

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Collection of furniture

Daria Zinovatnaya

Daria Zinovatnaya

To find out more about the LEO sofa collection, visit adrenalina.it.

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