Rise Sofa serie by Note Design Studio for Fogia

Category: Design Published on 31 Jan, 2014 Tags: , , ,

Note Design Studio has realized a series of ‘Rise’ sofas for Swedish furniture brand Fogia that will be launched during the 2014 Stockholm Design Week.

Rise is a classic, elegant sofa with a strong individual expression. It bears the scandinavian identity through its distinct base in wood, where the soft upholstered shape rests on top, with a characteristic tension in its high back.


Its major challenge is to work as well in public spaces as in a home. The wrap-around back shields off a conversation in the sofa from an open floor plan in a typical office environment.

Just as easily, it has a natural place in a home environment, where it it soft and inviting. It should be homely, friendly and welcoming. The integrated side table opens up and becomes a bridge between the piece of furniture and the rest of the room. A surface for a still life, a favorite book, plants or whatever you choose to have close at hand.

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all images © MATHIAS NERO


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