The Osaka sofa, designed in 1967 by the French Pierre Paulin and re-edited in 2013 by La Cividina, is one of the most appreciated pieces by contract structures and the world of high fashion. From the extraordinary Louis Vuitton catwalk created in Montecarlo for défilé Cruise 2015, to the 10 Corso Como concept shop in Shanghai, from the Chanel Ginza Building in Tokyo, the sofa is a brilliant solution.
For the scenography of Louis Vuitton of Montecarlo, 55 beige-white two-tone Osaka, of various lengths, were used, for total 330 linear meters. This solution has made it possible to welcome guests on seats that have adapted perfectly to the context, bending according to the needs of the scene. Record times for assembly too: 6 meters of Osaka sofa can be completed in 15 minutes. So, after the success of Montecarlo, these seatings left for New York for the press day of the same French maison.
Interiors: La Mode en Image
Photo: © La Mode en Image / ph. Stéphane Aït Ouarab