The "Form Group" seating system designed by British designer Robin Day in 1960 has been reproduced under the supervision of the Robin & Lucien Day Foundation. It is one of Robin Day's masterpieces that won the Design Center Prize in 1961. The new design is one of Robin Day's masterpieces and won the Design Center Award in 1961.
Instead of the traditional method of sofa manufacturing using wood and springs, the seat cushions are supported by rubber webbing tape. The webbing tape, originally used for the internal structure of the sofa, was brought to the surface and sublimated as a part of the design, which was highly regarded as the most advanced design at the time of its release. The unique yet sophisticated design creates a modern, high-quality space.
The two-seat arm sofa is compact, with a width of approximately 160 cm, yet the seating area is spacious and relaxing. The moderate firmness and elasticity provide firm support for the body, so there is no unnecessary strain on the legs and back, and the body does not sink in too deeply, so standing up is also smooth.
The upholstery is made in Japan from a high quality, wear-resistant fabric that is also used for furniture in public facilities, etc. Available in five colors, you can choose between the simple, basic NC series and the traditional herringbone pattern of the TRAD series.
Robin Day [1915-2010]Born in Buckinghamshire, England. Robin Day graduated from the Royal College of Art in 1939. In 1948 he won first Prize for a jointly designed low-cost storage unit in the International Competition for Low-Cost Furniture Design held by MoMA. Subsequently undertaking numerous furniture designs, in 1963 he designed the world’s first Polypropylene Chair, using injection-moulding technology to enable mass-production. His Poly chair became an international smash hit, with over 14 million sold since production began. Robin Day and his wife, textile designer Lucienne Day, are celebrated for bringing popular modern design to Britain.
METROCS is an interior products brand selling masterpiece design items with a long history originating in Japan and Europe. By handling items that do not become outdated due to the flow of time but rather increase their presence with each passing year, METROCS supports evolution of the lifestyles of a broad spectrum of users, transcending both generations and gender. Selecting future masterpieces from among a range of outstanding products and creating a future for them is both our mission and our pleasure.