Comprising sofas, panels and tables in different heights and formats, the Kokoro system addresses the need for privacy and division in open-plan spaces. Designed by Milan-based Federica Biasi, the collection is defined by soft edges and graceful lines and suits a number of settings including shared offices, home offices and public spaces.
Modular sofas in varying lengths (and with three seat cushion densities) feature to two back heights, both of which are made from sound-absorbing materials to create an attractive and soundproof nook; coffee table components can be added to expand the landscape while providing a surface for working.
The freestanding upholstered panels can be arranged freely to form semi-private enclosures and optional hooks and storage shelves for coats, bags, books and more can be added. Both the sofa bases and panels are designed to be wired for power and charging.
Table versions include laptop (that can be integrated with electrical wiring), lounge and coffee, with all available in various laminate surfaces and black or white powder-coated metal bases. Multiple fabric options are offered for the upholstered elements.