Lipa three-seater sofa is characterized by exceptional lightness, transparency and tenderness. Hence the name of the collection by the type of the tree linden-Lipa, which is exceptionally soft and gentle wood. The characteristic of this three-seater sofa is the three-dimensional armrest bent at the elbow section, which is modeled in such a way that it accepts the hand in its entirety and creates a sense of complete relaxation. The three-seater sofa has accented sculpturality in space and are equally interesting observed from any angle. Besides the dominant armrest, a characteristic fine element is the “lower elbow” which forms the element of the connection of the front and dynamically pointed back leg and supports the seat part of the sofa. Looking at it from behind, you encounter a number of structurally aesthetic elements that make this three-seater sofa perhaps even more interesting than its front look, to which the hand-designed wooden roller buttons rhythmically placed on the backrest give special charm. A latticed backrest holders are composed of a series of thin elements that are carat-cut as diamonds and represent the opponents of a spherically modeled three-dimensional armrest and on the front of the backrest, compared to the armchair and a two-seater sofa, it has pair of legs that gives sense of static and stability to this seemingly fragile and gentle three-seater sofa. The three-seater sofa is low in space, does not cover the rest of the ambience and additionally increases the impression of the height of the room in which it is placed. Due to its mutual beauty of the front and the back side, it can also be positioned as a “sub-element” of two thematic units, for example, to separate living room from dining room.