Botan is a new sofa designed by Enric Miralles – Benedetta Tagliabue/EMBT in partnership with Passoni Natura. Inspired by the peony flower (botan is the Japanese word for peony) Botan Sofa has originality, exudes sensitivity and delicacy in a very feminine note. Attractive, unique and chic, it makes you love it at first sight. Made up of modular elements, Botan can be arranged in a variety of combinations giving freedom for an own composition. The same modular elements make it easy to adapt to any space, producing surprising effects through the arrangement of the components, for example, in the form of butterfly or flower. The sofa offers enough space to spend relaxing moments. Its solid wood frame, the use of zero-emission adhesives, natural fibre fabrics, stuffing made of water and raw materials from renewable sources like soya, a mix of essential oils and medicinal herbs offer complete wellbeing.
Botan Sofa by EMBT / Inspired by the peony flower
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