Bermuda is therefore perfect for any room in the house, from the living room to the bedroom, but it is also suitable for contract use in hotels, offices and commercial activities; it is also extremely versatile because it can adapt to different types of furnishings and different target users, integrating perfectly into more modern contexts or creating interesting contrasts with more classic and traditional environments.
In addition to all this, the studies on the ergonomics of the seat by Studio CLAESSON KOIVISTO RUNE led to the insertion of two "padded" elements: the extra-wide seat cushion, removable and fixed to the seat shell, together with the low "rounded" armrests ”, Made of foam with a lower density than the foam used on the shell to thus giving greater comfort to the seat; the soft triangular back cushion, which is also removable, padded and easily repositioned, to offer the consumer greater comfort and allow more seating space, thus allowing various positions according to tastes, including the one assumed on a chaise longue.
In addition, to give the armchair greater lightness, its internal shell has been made of rigid structural polyurethane over foamed in flexible polyurethane; the structure of the legs, on the other hand, has been redesigned, further reduced and is proposed in both the lacquered metal and solid wood versions.
Claesson Koivisto Rune
The Swedish architects and designers Mårten Claesson, Eero Koivisto and Ola Rune opened their firm in Stockholm in 1995. Projects carried out by the multi-award-winning studio include the Inde/Jacobs gallery in Texas, the Nobis Hotel and Hotel Skeppsholmen in Stockholm, some of the unique De Bergenske Group hotels in Bergen, the Sfera Building in Kyoto, Tind prefabricated houses and several private homes in Sweden and other countries. Works by Claesson Koivisto Rune also represented Sweden at the Venice Architecture Biennale. They have worked as designers with names such as Arflex, Cappellini, Fontana Arte, Kasthall, Living Divani, Marsotto Edizioni, Nikari, Offecct, Paola Lenti, Swedese, Tacchini, and Wästberg. Their projects have earned them all sorts of accolades, including Designer of the Year 2011 and 2014 from Elle Décor Italia, Red Dot “Best of the Best” in 2014 and The Bruno Mathsson Prize in 2015.