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Onyx Sofa by Peugeot Design Lab

With a combination of Volvic volcanic lava stone and carbon fiber, Onyx Sofa becomes a unique, beautiful 3-meter long seat. Designed by Peogeut Design Lab, this sofa was presented for the first time at Milan Design Week 2014, it is the first line of “made to measure” furniture range, in collaboration with Pierre Gimbergues.


Volvic stone has spent thousands of years filtering water for its aquifer before getting sharp straight cut then hand carved to be integrated with hi-tech carbon fiber. The shapes of the carbon fiber are very structured and precisely adjusted to the volcanic stone. This sofa becomes the symbol of robustness of this French car brand.


Designer : Peugeot Design Lab


Onyx Sofa by Peugeot Design Lab


Onyx Sofa by Peugeot Design Lab



Onyx Sofa by Peugeot Design Lab


Onyx Sofa by Peugeot Design Lab


Onyx Sofa by Peugeot Design Lab


Onyx Sofa by Peugeot Design Lab


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