Trafic is a collection that fits into the frenetic life and the digital rhythm of people moving in the bustle of airports, stations and waiting rooms.
This collection adapts to “non-places” anonymous, transient spaces frequented by like-minded individuals who keep more and more to themselves. Trafic is an anthropological interpretation of supermodernity, the subject of a futuristic and creative view.
The tête-à-tête sofa is the most disruptive element of the collection, a room centerpiece that allows two or more people to sit simultaneously on each side without seeing or recognizing each other, guessing only from shadows and movements.
The linear armchair and sofa complete the collection inspired by individuality seeking shelter and finding an ideal refuge hidden in contemporary forms.