Domino bedrooms are produced by Modo10 using the Canaletto walnut.
Danish designer Hans Hornemann took inspiration for the Ace series from his own life in Copenhagen.
The series aims at urban dwellers, who prioritize quality and aesthetics but who must also adapt to the limited space of life in the city. With a recurring design trait of friendly, organic lines, Ace offers maximum comfort in condensed form.
When designing Ace, Hans Hornemann has worked on a chair’s basic components – backrest, seat and legs – and has created a functional and aesthetic design with a more petite stature than traditional lounge furniture. The series, which consists of an armchair with footstool, a two-seater sofa and dining chairs, will suit the majority of milieus, from a small studio apartment to a hotel room or lobby.
The design balances finely between the refined and the relaxed. Rounded contours emphasize the inviting volume of the full upholstery and are framed elegantly by the piping around the seat and back. A backwards-leaning backrest and cheekily angled legs give edge and attitude, resulting in a design of timeless and nonchalant elegance.
Ace can be customized from a number of textile and leg options. The series is available upholstered in leather or four beautiful fabrics: two different wool qualities, lush velvet and soft broad-ribbed corduroy. Choose between oak, stained oak, black painted oak, brass or black metallic legs.
Made to order.
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