NAEKO Sofa by Kazuhide Takahama for Paradisoterrestre
NAEKO Sofa by Kazuhide Takahama for Paradisoterrestre
NAEKO Sofa by Kazuhide Takahama for Paradisoterrestre
NAEKO Sofa by Kazuhide Takahama for Paradisoterrestre
NAEKO Sofa by Kazuhide Takahama for Paradisoterrestre
NAEKO Sofa by Kazuhide Takahama for Paradisoterrestre
NAEKO Sofa by Kazuhide Takahama for Paradisoterrestre
NAEKO Sofa by Kazuhide Takahama for Paradisoterrestre

PARADISOTERRESTRE

NAEKO Sofa by Kazuhide Takahama for Paradisoterrestre

NAEKO Sofa, designed by Kazuhide Takahama and manufactured by Paradisoterrestre, features a cherry-wood structure, brass fittings, polyurethane foam padding, upholstered in linen velvet.

This is the wooden-made version of a project developed when Takahama was in Italy to set up the Japanese pavilion at the XI Triennale in Milan, 1956/57. On that occasion he met Dino Gavina, with whom he began a long collaboration and friendship for all his lifetime.

The first version of NAEKO in metal was produced by Gavina spa, designed as a daily-bed thanks its completely reclining backrest; immediately a great success, so that it was proposed also in a second version in 1958, more valuable, in wood and exclusively as sofa with fixed backrest, in the same version a armchair was also produced. A wonderful project that architect Takahama had dedicated to his Naeko, who became his wife.

Indoor use only.

Dimensions:

W 88.6" x D 30.3" X H 28.7"
W 225 cm x D 77 cm x H 73 cm