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Research into softness and comfort is the same base that produced the famous chair that originated this series. Soft and geometric, simple and complex, but above all - cosy and welcoming: headboard with strong personality, that plays on the visual effects of the stitching and accommodates the box springs. We offer three sizes: Queen, King and California King.Material & Feature:
- Headboard made from molded fiberglass frame covered with dacron-wrapped foam
- Edge frame contstructed from solid wood covered with dacron-wrapped foam
- Available for customization in our luxurious fabric collections - Velvet, Line, Woven Palo, Classic Suede or Cashmere (COM available)
- Inside Bevel Height 2"
- Offered in three sizes: Queen, King and California King
- All materials are fire-resistant & non-toxic (Baby friendly)
- Queen Size: Width: 70.2" x Length: 89";
Headboard Top Width: 78.7" x Height: 42.1" x Depth: 9.4" - 13.4"
- King Size: Width: 86.2" x Length: 89";
Headboard Top Width: 94.4" x Height: 42.1" x Depth: 9.4" - 13.4"
- California King Size: Width: 82.2" x Length: 95.7";
Headboard Top Width: 90.5" x Height: 42.1" x Depth: 9.4" - 13.4"
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* All measurements are approximations
Spanish by birth, and Italian by choice, Patricia Urquiola was born in Oviedo, Spain and studied architecture in Madrid before graduating from the Milan Politecnico in 1989. The key words for her work are: rigour and emotion, innovation and mental comfort. She was mentored by some of the masters of Italian industrial design: Achille Castiglioni oversaw her graduate thesis, and Vico Magistretti, with whom she designed her first projects. She learned her craft in Italy, and opened a studio in Milan in 2001, where she has developed a truly global enterprise. Some highlights from her career include her encounter with Maddalena de Padova (1990), her collaboration with Piero Lissoni (1996-2000), and her partnership with Patrizia Moroso (since 1998) which led to the design of the Step Sofa, eventually debuting at the Saloni Milano and launching her into the spotlight at the young age of 40. Amidst all of these accomplishments, she had a stint at Lissoni Associati, beginning in 1993, where she developed furniture for Italian giants Cappellini and Cassina. Her designs are unconventional, emphatic, and experimental, blending humanist sensibilities and technical expertise" qualities that also inform her work as an architect. The Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Barcelona is one of her many architectural projects.