Apoluna Box Sofa, 2½ pers

By Hannes Wettstein , 2011

The Apoluna sofa by Hannes Wettstein is a classic ahead of its time - with a renewed relevance. It’s a simple sofa that offers ample seating comfort, as a welcome retreat from the everyday. Add to that a frame that functions like an alcove, and Apoluna becomes the sofa that facilitates silence. Apoluna is a mobile, micro-architectural element that can be placed wherever people seek a silent refuge from the noise and distractions of their surroundings.

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Apoluna Box Sofa, 2½ pers
Apoluna Box Sofa, 2½ pers - Model 4405
 
D: 80 cm
H: 139 cm
L: 200 cm
Wt: 90 kg
Cbm: 3.2 cbm
Sh: 42 cm

About The Collection

With Apoluna, what began as an idea ahead of its time now has a renewed relevance. The sofa itself offers ample seating comfort, featuring generous seat and back cushions incorporated into the design. The most outstanding feature is the high, extended frame that acts as an enclosure. The result is akin to a room within a room in a concept much like an alcove.

It’s easy to imagine Apoluna wherever people seek refuge from the noise and distractions of their surroundings. As a mobile, micro-architectural element, it can be placed wherever you need it – without the need for permanent fixtures. Designed by Hannes Wettstein, it’s in keeping with his desire to rethink everything determined by design – from human behaviour and how rooms are organized to the purpose of things.

Perfect for any setting where acoustics are crucial, Apoluna is a logical choice for open-plan offices, airports, government buildings and waiting rooms. It can make a public space feel more private. Facilitating your ability to focus alone or to connect with colleagues at work.

Hannes Wettstein

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Swiss designer Hannes Wettstein was an influential talent within industrial design, furniture and architecture. He had a willingness to rethink everything determined by design – from human behaviour and how rooms are organised to the purpose of things. His impulse to investigate led to refreshing solutions reflecting his passion for art and technology.