Habitus Loves…. Lounging with the Classics

Looking at the Art of Lounging comes in many shapes and forms, but we cannot forget the classics – new or old, these are the lounges that last a lifetime. Here are some of our current favourites.


Above: LC5 by Le Corbusier, Jeanneret, Perriand / CULT



1 | Bart Canape / Moooi


Inspired by the rounded shapes & sumptuous glory of 18th century Rococo, the Bart collection has a timeless look that is effortlessly sleek.



2 | 399 VICO by Jaime Hayon


We love this three-seater sofa (of which there is an armchair and a two-seater) for its rich colour and simple form. Comes with optional loose, square, feather padded cushions with removable fabric upholstery.



3 | 202 8 by Piero Lissoni


A collection composed of armchair, two-seater sofa in two sizes, three-seater sofa, right or left chaise lounge, and complete with modular units, this is one lounge hard to pass by. Seat structure in extruded aluminum profi le with elastic straps and covered in fabric or leather.



4 | Guscio sofa by Antonio Citterio


Available in fabric or leather, and as a lounge chair, this statement sofa provides generous seating and can bring a touch of sophistication and style to any contemporary interior. It is the overall rounded shape of the design that, although subtle, helps give the sofa its unique and signature laid-back look.



5 | Grand Suite by EOOS



Designed with the true values of the culture of living, Grand Suite makes a statement about what is preciously private. We love the precise lines, honest craftsmanship and fine materials that are used in this luxurious lounge. We can imagine ourselves relaxing here easily.

Walter Knoll


6 | Cestone by Antonio Citterio


Citterio’s characteristic attention to detail is paired with a harmonious blend of craft and technology in Cestone, a sofa series with generous proportions that is both adaptable and comfortable. Yes please.



7 | Wireframe Club Chair, Two-Seater and Three-seater Sofa by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin for Herman Miller




Minimalist and modern so it looks fantastic, made from steel wire so it’s durable and lightweight, and employs suspension technology (developed by Herman Miller for the healthcare industry), so it’s especially comfortable. Perfect.

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