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ORGOGLIO

EVERY DAY A HAPPY ENDING
Orgoglio is a modern-looking, open-plinth sofa with a big armrests and a slender design made of paralleled lines.

It’s a spacey, soft spot to land at the end of the day, and its metal feet make it look even cooler.

SO STYLISH

This sofa’s metal feet come in different colors and finishing; while a long topstitching runs all around its surface to highlight its straight lines.

ADD COMFORT

Orgoglio has everything sorted out for you to really wind down. Motion Soft Touch technology, a fully reclinable design, and an extra element specifically designed for extra feet and ankle support.

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