Philippe Starck’s MyWorld is the ultimate lounge system for geeks

Designer Philippe Starck is renowned in the world of luxury. His creative works are widely acclaimed and known for their uniqueness. His newest creation is a lounge system created in partnership with Italian furniture company Cassina. Starck calls his new work, MyWorld. In his words, he describes the lounge as: “MyWorld is a cocoon, a nest, a world where we can be egocentric and comfortably commune with our own shadow or collect some snatches of news from the world.” MyWorld follows a minimalist design like the 2013 Aston Martin sofa collection. His collaboration with Cassina has brought together a unique design that’s both simple and sophisticated. Although being a place to cozy up, the lounge also accommodates the leisure of ‘staying connected, that is, one can charge their mobile phones and gadgetries through the hidden plug-ins provided in the lounge system.

Overall, we have a luxury sofa set that is equipped with privacy dividers, a side table with hidden power outlets, a USB charger and a Duracell Powermat wireless charging solution all discreetly concealed inside the box-cupboard.

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The lounge set is much like the Natuzzi’s sofa integrated with a music system, which concentrates on optimizing comfort without compromising on style and design. MyWorld is an apt invention that best suits the technological needs of the 21st-century individual.

MyWorld is available in a two-seater sofa, a three-seater, an armchair, a chaise lounge, and a pouf with two large incorporated drawers. The cushions are padded with feathers for extreme softness and comfort.

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One can combine extra square or rectangular cushions to maximize relaxation.

Stitching is elegantly visible around the borders of the sofa, and upholstery is available in both leather and fabric from the Cassina collection.

[Starck Via Psfk]

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