Through Orson, Elisa Ossino has reinvented the idea of the ottoman, offering a vision in which imaginative lines prevail over the definition of its function. The softly rounded, eye-catching organic shapes provide inspiration for a vast array of uses and offer maximum versatility. Wooden frame, cover in fabric or leather.
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“I conceived these creations by thinking of designing not a piece of furniture, but a character in what I like to consider a story, made up of relationships between materials, signs, surfaces and forms. I somehow followed a plot, making choices inspired by what I was doing. It is a new way of working for me, embracing a more narrative dimension. Defining a style is first and foremost storytelling. A story that stands out from all the others”. Elisa Ossino