The idea stems from the need to create a sofa for a residential project in Morocco, where a modular design was required for different reconfigurations. The designer David Lopez Quincoces has responded with the Kasbah model for Living Divani, an outdoor sofa that stands out for its clear horizontal image formed by a base in solid teak, where different modules can be freely combined to welcome soft cushions and a roll that can be used as an armrest or a headrest. The modules allow the cushions to rotate in all positions, lending themselves to different interpretations and uses.
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The designer has paid particular attention to the environment, utilizing Burmese teak from certified plantations and recycled plastic. The outdoor fabric covering is entirely removable thanks to a zipper and velcro fasteners.