The modular Rising Dunes project by Braun & Maniatis

Modular furniture is always the perfect choice, especially for the living room. That is a space that constantly changes and it needs a collection of furniture that can adapt to that without looking forced or to stand out in an unpleasant way. If you seek elegance and style then the Rising Dunes set is exactly what you need.

This was a project designed by Braun & Maniatis back in 2007. It’s a relatively new design and it still looks contemporary and beautiful. This modular set features delicate lines, a clean design and exquisite materials that have all been combined to form this unique, beautiful and very comfortable series of units for the living room. The pieces have a robust and compact look but they also seem light and chic.

The collection includes adjustable elements that can be mixed and matched to obtain either a small 2 person sofa, a large sofa or a cozy sectional. Every arm and back element is adjustable in five positions and this means there are a lot of combination you can crate with these pieces. If you prefer a sectional, a corner piece is also available with a rotating foot. It also has the ability of turning into a swivel armchair. The Rising Dunes collection is available only in leather and crosswoven fabric. It has a sturdy frame crafted of solid beech and plate material and soft and fine upholstery.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on January 24th, 2012


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