Intricate layers

Designed by Morten Georgsen, the Bergamo sofa perfectly articulates the designer’s dynamic yet harmonious style.

The Hague dining chair, characterised by its organic form.

Finished with Lazio fabric, which is defined by its heavy feel and uneven structure, its subtle colour palette unfolds new narratives as you interact with it. 

Paired here with the Hague dining chair — a piece characterised by its soft, organic form — the worsted wool fabric of its seat provides a delicate, satin-like counter to the heavier Lazio fabric of the sofa. 

The Madrid coffee table adds another soft curvature to this space, a vibrant take on clean lines and curvature that create the sense of a floating object. 

All of these pieces are available in New Zealand exclusively from BoConcept.

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