Designed by Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan of studio MK27 for Minotti, the Brasilia sofa series is a precise and contemporary interpretation of 1950s Brazilian modernism. Rigorous lines and a strong profile give the pieces a distinct personality, one that references the past while also representing a new classic.
The square box frames give the collection an undeniably strong architectural sensibility, which is complemented – and softened – by the generous upholstered elements.
Comprised of two sizes of sofa along with components with one armrest (in various lengths), an armchair and an ottoman, Brasilia was intended for the home but is also suitable for use in hospitality settings.
Richly grained and dark-stained palisander Santos wood, the rigid boxy frame is paired with plush goose-down cushions that are available in a wide range of fabric and leather upholstery covers.
Optional slender satin-finished metal feet can lift the modules off the ground for an airy appearance.