Lowlife is better than high life
“In Milan we are showing two new systems of upholstered furniture, Lowlife and Loop. Both projects, in a way, result from our research into the potential of novel interpretations of concepts related to informal space and unconventional social relations typical of the countercultural movements in the late 1960s,” explains designer Sven Jonke from the Numen/For Use collective.
Lowlife is a modular system combining various backrest heights with three different seat depths providing a fully customised lounging experience. The slightly rounded segment edges take on vibrant and dynamic shapes with smooth, futuristic undertones. Loop is a modular system creating a soft interior landscape. Seamlessly interconnected seats and poufs unfold as a soft terrain of sloping surfaces conducive to relaxation, leisure and new ways of living and socialising.
Besides, Prostoria is one of a few selected producers to show the new textiles of the absolute world leader in upholstery textile production, Danish Kvadrat. Thus Prostoria’s novelties come with the textiles of Raf Simons, Artistic Director of Jill Sander, Christian Dior and Calvin Klein.