The modern and friendly Sid sofa from Piure

This is Sid, not the funny character from Ice Age but the beautiful sofa from Piure. The Sid sofa was designed by Andreas Berlin. It has a modern design, simple and clean, with clear but friendly lines. Sid is the type of sofa that doesn’t impress with what it has but rather with what it lacks.

It’s a very simple sofa, with no useless details or decorations. It’s also an elegant piece of furniture but not because of the details but because of the shape and the combination of materials. Also, it’s a very lightweight piece of furniture despite its dimensions. This makes it very user-friendly and versatile as it can be easily moved from one location to another with minimal effort, until the right spot is found.

Even though it seems very simple, the Sid sofa is a complex design. It’s composed of several seating elements that have different widths. This allows them to be combines with each other in various ways or around the corner. It also has soft seat cushions. It’s a very comfortable sofa indeed. Sid also has a strong and durable frame but the visible parts are very thin and delicate, helping create a floating appearance. This model comes in several different leather and fabric options. Several textures can be combined for a unique look. Also, you can choose the color.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on January 20th, 2012


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