At the IMM, the International Interiors Show in Cologne, between 16 and 22 January 2017, Swiss furniture manufacturer Girsberger will be exhibiting a number of new products and additions to its ranges in Hall 11.1, stand F21/E20. One particularly striking product is the "Joline" dining sofa by Mathias Seiler, which offers exceptional comfort at the dining table. One unusual design feature is the wooden rail on the back, which – visually and structurally – supports the load-bearing backrests.
Living concepts are changing, and furniture for universal use is replacing immovable systems that permanently take up large spaces. It’s not only a person’s lifestyle that speaks volumes about their personality, but also the meaning and purpose behind it.
“Joline”, designed by Mathias Seiler, is a dining sofa which, with its soft, fluffy cushions, offers exceptional seating comfort at the dining table.
One striking design feature is the wooden rail on the back, which – visually and structurally – supports the load-bearing backrests. Additional, loose cushions provide a high level of comfort when leaning back.
“Joline” is available in three lengths as a three or four-seater. The wooden rail is available in natural oak or black stained beech; the frame is anthracite coated, chromium-plated or nickel-plated. Electric cabling modules with sockets and USB chargers can also be built in if desired.
Girsberger’s “Joline” takes up a relatively small space in the living area, providing great comfort when sitting together at the dining table way beyond pure mealtimes – combining beauty, functionality and lasting value.
Design: Mathias Seiler
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