Gogan is a line upholstered seats inspired by the shape of Japanese stones, polished by time and water. Gogan, in fact, is the name given to the stones placed on the banks of rivers and lakes to protect and embellish the banks. The seats have a sculptural shape, soft and at the same time light, defined by a seat slightly inclined towards the back. The fabric, inspired by the 1970s, enhances the Gogan sofa by reproducing the surface of a river stone thanks to its rich bouclé texture, which makes the seams of the sofa disappear. Sofa with seat made stress-resistant polyurethane foam in varied densities and polyester fiberfill on wood frame. Black polypropylene feet screwed to the frame. Covers are removable.