A development of the Tufty-Time system, Tufty-Too – in fabric or leather – stands out for a perceptible feeling of softness along with a decorative quality based on a high-quality tailoring finish. This contemporary proposal makes reference to the ‘60s and’ 70s: the citation of the capitonné style lies in the matching or contrasting hues of the cover seams, which become a distinctive feature. The entire line is marked by exceptional modularity and absolute compositional freedom. Numerous elements make up the system, starting with an ottoman as the basic piece, which is then accompanied by central, corner and terminal elements with a low or high armrest. These elements are used to invent traditional sofas, sofas with chaise longue, corner sofas and island elements that provide a 360° seating solution.
Tufty-Time starts by re-visiting the past and picking up the theme of modularity from the 1970s, to then arrive at an informal and versatile system with a young attitude, that can be mounted freely in many different configurations. Its distinctive mark brings another type with it, which evolved in 2011 with “Tufty-Too”: a different interpretation of softness and composition freedom.
tubular steel and steel profiles
Internal frame upholstery
Bayfit® flexible cold shaped polyurethane foam, polyester fibre cover
Back cushion (T60_C)
down feather and polyester fibre, pillow style typology
fabric (zig zag stitching)
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Patricia Urquiola studied architecture and design at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and completed her studies at the Politecnico di Milano where she graduated under the mentorship of Achille Castiglioni. In Spain, she was awarded the Golden Medal for Merits in Art and received the Cross of the Order of Isabella the Catholic.
In 2001 she founded her own studio where she specialised in industrial product design, architecture (hotel trade, retail, homes, exhibitions and installations), art direction and strategy consulting. She works with important design companies and international groups, and is part of the advisory board of the Politecnico of Milan university and the Triennale Milano Design Museum. She taught the master’s degree in Interior Design at the Domus Academy in Milan (2013-2015) and has given lectures at prestigious international universities.
She has also given talks at countless cultural events and her work is exhibited in many art and design museums across the world, including the MOMA in New York, the Musée des Arts Decoratifs in Paris, the Triennale Museum in Milan, the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, to name a few. She has been named Designer of the Year by many international magazines.