Panorama is made to compose an absolutely unprecedented domestic landscape.
“I hope that Panorama will create connections: it was designed specifically to create collective spaces, islands of comfort, protective cocoons to lie back on freely. Its geometry is a stimulus to the combination of diverse elements to transform the living area into the warmest and most welcoming of environments,” explains Fabrice Berrux, the designer of the Panorama sofa. The Panorama collection of padded products is based on a specific item which can be considered to be the real unit of measurement of the system: the hexagonal pouf which, when fitted with armrests and a backrest, becomes an armchair which, in turn, can be combined with additional armchairs and sofas to achieve the most diverse configurations. Customisation and creativity reach their utmost expression here, and the results that can be achieved are absolutely unprecedented. The upholstery, in fabric or leather, is fully removable and is characterised by a particular quilting on the seat.
After graduating from the National School of Fine Arts in Dijon, Fabrice Berrux set up the firm “18 Août” in 1987, creating playful objects which are sold in major museum shops such as the Georges Pompidou Centre in Paris. In 1991, he founded Dix Heures Dix, a company specialising in the lighting sector. Fabrice Berrux designs for some of the biggest international furniture and design brands. The Panorama sofa, presented at the Salone del Mobile 2018, has been awarded with the Good Design Award.