Collection-building, presentation, communication, styling and graphic design. At Leolux that all comes together in a solid and passionate team of people who are prepared to listen to one another but equally to experts from outside our own walls. In that open culture of exchange, Leolux gathers creative talents together that each contribute to the mission of “making sitting a pleasure” with their own background and talent.
[height differences rising out of a graphic base] The lowest sofa in the Leolux collection, with flat backs for an amazingly transparent look. In this position each back serves as a “casual” seat. Anyone sitting on this sofa can choose the right level of comfort by lifting the back in small steps in its round base. The aluminium subframe is available in two heights. Individual seats from armchair to seating landscape. An absolute top design from Leolux, crowned with a reddot design award.
[You are simply formi-dable] Designer Frans Schrofer has created an entirely contemporary swivel armchair with the Formi. With a large austere pod that supports the head and cocoons the user from the outside world, with firm arms and a reclining mechanism to rock away in splendid style. The metal parts are finished in polished aluminium and the covering is provided with high-quality stitching. A truly formidable swivel armchair.
[Sit or lie down? On Kikko you can do both] Is it a chaise longue? Yes, but this colourful multifunctional can do more. By lifting the back slightly, it turns 90 degrees to the left or right, which transforms the chaise longue into a comfortable seat with an extra place beside it. And look at the gleaming chrome-plated metal parts. Kikko is available in countless colour and covering combinations.
The back is available in two variants (high at left or right).
[sculptural form melting towards the floor] This programme’s striking “melting” forms ensure that the elements flow into one another and create a truly convincing look. Combining several elements offers many options, helped by the oblique flowing lines that fit perfectly over one another whenever the elements are pushed together. Majestic in leather, warm and vivacious in fabric coverings.
[Humour and design, an indestructible combination] Distinguished by various prizes, a Leolux classic originally designed for the “house of the future”. Although the image is even now still futuristic, twenty years later it is completely understandable and above all humorous at the same time. With today’s comfort and a luxury finish, neutral or colourful.
[Flying, hovering away on a featherlight wire chair] The reference to the design of early in the last century is evident. To do that, the epoxied wire frame ensures that Volare offers pleasantly sprung comfort at the same time. The spacious seat on the armchair gives plenty of opportunity to choose another posture than simply sitting upright. Prize-winner of the Dutch interiors magazine “VT Wonen”. For smaller users, Volare is available in a variant with less depth (-1.5 cm).
[New modernism...] This series was named after the window in which the seats seem to hover. The frame looks fragile, but is in fact very strong. The wooden strips are available in stained oak or lacquer. Leolux chose visco-elastic foam for contemporary comfort. The Window series also comprises matching dining chairs, (lounge) tables and display cabinets (showcase).