Classic and contemporary stylistic elements define the Orla sofas and armchairs by Jasper Morrison, a masterpiece of contemporary design that has entered the collection of the Tate Modern, in London. Characterized by soft, sinuous lines, slender shells and generous, comfortable cushions, the Orla series is a tasteful addition to both domestic and contract settings.
The collection is composed of two and three-seaters, a rounded sofa (right or left), small or larger armchairs (fixed and swivelling), poufs. As of 2019, the family also includes a small two-seat sofa.
For Orla sofas and poufs, the structure is made of rigid composite polyurethane foam, with poplar plywood inserts and elastic belts; the Orla armchairs come with a fixed or swivelling structure made of foam. All versions are padded with multi-density polyurethane foam and fibre.
For the armchair and sofas, the cover of the structure is fixed, but removable for the cushions, and is available in the fabrics and leathers of the collection; for the small sofa and small armchair, the cover is fixed for both the structure and the cushions – all of which are also available in the fabrics and leathers in the collection.