The new horizon of comfort: Alivar presents Horizon The new horizon of comfort: Alivar presents Horizon
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The new horizon of comfort: Alivar presents Horizon

Written by Redazione |

14 February 2019

The new horizon of comfort: to explore it Alivar presents Horizon, the new sofa designed by Giuseppe Bavuso for the Home Project collection, marked by a classic contemporary style. 

Horizon features a steel and wood frame covered with a various density polyurethane foam padding and upholstered with polyester fibre, supported by slim yet robust painted cast aluminium legs. 

The antithesis between the generous volumes and the lightness of the supports was skilfully achieved so as not to “weigh down” the surrounding setting, but rather strike a balance with the other items of furniture making up the living room. 

For an all-round comfortable experience, the armrests and backrest have been designed to prove even more welcoming thanks to their slightly slanted position. 

An elegant, simple and versatile piece of furniture, capable of adapting to extremely different surroundings in terms both of style and personality.

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