The Egon Collection By Alki

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The recently launched Egon Collection shows Alki’s passion for creating minimalist furniture that blends traditional craftsmanship and modern design. Much like the Kea Collection, this range features a combination of complementing materials. This includes pairing textile upholstery with wood as well as solid wood with iron. The sofas, pouffes and coffee tables can be used on their own to add a stylish touch to a décor, or together as a complete solution for a lounge area in a living room.

Available in a one, two and three-seater version, the sofa suits various spaces. Different layouts also allow the user to adapt the seating to smaller or larger areas. The sofas come with or without backrests and feature curved wooden sections that hold the upholstery. A perfect companion to the sofa, the coffee tables also come in various sizes. Made of solid oak, they boast a hand-wrought iron ring on the top’s exterior, which adds texture and contrast to the design. Finally, the pouffes feature a wooden section and an upholstered top with a rounded shape. Throughout the collection, neutral colors and muted shades complement light wooden surfaces or dark iron details. A refined blend of style and convenience, Egon brings both comfort and elegance to modern living spaces. Photographs © Alki.

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