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Following the success of the Tea sofas and armchairs, this year we completed the collection with a chair, a bed and decorative panels.
Like their predecessors, the new pieces incorporate the hexagonal quilt and the possibility of creating both bi-coloured and bi-textured pieces.
As a novelty, we also incorporate Steelcut upholstery by the Danish firm Kvadrat for unquilted areas.
The chair. Removing material.
Jose Manuel Ferrero has reduced the small armchair to its minimum expression. The result: a light and fluffy chair with slender oak legs.
The curved shape of the back supports an ergonomic posture and provides a pleasant and lasting seating. The slim frame is both solid and spongy thanks to the injected polyurethane.
The bed. The first time.
Tea is the first upholstered bed launched by Sancal. The back tilt allows us to lean back in an ideal position for reading or watching TV in bed.
Base and headboard covers are completely removable. The sizes are: 90x200 and 150x200.
The panels. In multiple contexts.
In the bedroom, in the hall, in the lounge, in a restaurant ... The Tea hexagonal panels are multifaceted.
Combining panels of 3 and 7 hexagons it is possible to make endless compositions.
In the headboard version, the panel features an upholstered base of 90x200 and 150x200. The base structure is completely removable.
People are at the core of Sancal’s ethos: they create for, and are thankful to, the discerning customer. Their premise is to design products which go forward, which convey value and allow us to create singular spaces. Sancal aims to enhance our habitat with enjoyable products, a product designed with care; progeny of a venture conceived with dedication.