Blasco&Vila is enhancing its product catalog with the Hardy sofa, designed by José Manuel Ferrero from estudi(H)ac who, by combining the essence of tailoring and upholstery, has managed to create a sophisticated piece that feels like a glove.
Created with comfort in mind, this sofa eliminates exaggeration and bulkiness to achieve a look and feel of elegance and timelessness, which can be customized from the set of fabrics. Fabrics that, along with the legs, determine the sofa’s visual identify as a design to be seen.
José Manuel Ferrero:
Hardy pays tribute, both in design and in its name, to one of the most “inventive, cunning and convincing tailors” from London’s Savile Row, Edwin Hardy Amies, who opened up a new chapter in the history of fashion by staging the first men’s runway shows at the Savoy Hotel in the British capital. A groundbreaking fashion show in many regards, as it was the first time where music was played on the catwalk and the designer accompanied the models.