The geometric shape of the Parabolica makes it a unique object in your living room. The upholstery options guarantee a very personal styling. Because of its asymmetry, The Parabolica offers three very individual seating possibilities: lounging, sitting upright, and sitting turned towards the arm as a small work surface for your laptop, book or tablet.
The Papageno symbolizes playfulness, pleasure and humor. This armchair presents a delightful form, the small assertive solid aluminum feet seem to be winking an eye at established design ideas. it ensures coziness with a touch of willfulness. The Papageno is for people who dare to stimulate their senses. It adds an extra dimension to any living room...
The Arabella sofa offers a play on lines that at first sight seems familiar, but on closer inspection is surprising. Selecting 2 tones of upholstery can enhance this effect. The asymmetric shape creates different seating experiences, each with a charm of its own. Covering in two colors, feet in chrome or lacquered (additional charge applies).
The Vol De Reve sofa by Leolux is a dazzling piece by designer Jane Worthington. With little aluminium feet that run delightfully into the base of the back, this modular system offers customizable elements and two arm variants; the comfortable “low” arm and the exuberant “swing” arm.
The Pallone chair is the icon of Leolux. The sitting ball specially designed in 1989 for the House of the Future is even now still as futuristic and humorous. And maybe so successful because of that. Pallone is personality, the perfect eye-catcher for distinctive interiors. Available in 3 sizes and as a foot stool.
Playful, colorful and extremely versatile, the Blocco swivel, three tiered, square coffee table is meant to satisfy the want for the unique and the modern. It consists of three sections which rotate independently of each other through the vertical connection spindle in one of the corners, revealing hidden storage spaces.
Is it a chaise longue? Yes, but this multifunctional piece does more. By lifting the back slightly it turns 90 degrees to the left or right, transforming the chaise longue into a comfortable chair. Available in countless color and covering combinations, including our special "Kikko-Marsman" art edition. Designed by Jean-Paul Marsman and Hugo de Ruiter.