Tirella sofa

With Tirella sofa it is possible to create elegant coordinated environments.

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Tirella sofa, an addition to the armchair collection designed by Paolo Grasselli, is an element with a retrò taste, inspired by the fabric samples that are laid atop a cutting table. A complement of sophisticated silhouette in which the cushions, from simple “extras” take on the leading role, “embracing” the metal frame at the armrests and backrest. Thanks to its small size, Tirella sofa is suitable not only for living spaces, but is perfect also for public environments and areas intended for welcoming.

Data sheet

Tirella sofa

Width: 166cm

Depth: 81cm

Height: 71cm

  • 9B02

  • 9B08

  • 9B17

  • 9B22

  • 9B26

  • 9B36

  • 9B39

  • 9B42

  • 9B44

  • 9B48

  • MA02

  • MA04

  • MA07

  • MA09

  • MA11

  • MA20

  • MA22

  • MA35

  • MA34

  • MA36

  • MA38

  • MC39

  • MB66

  • MB67

  • MB72

  • MB90

  • MB91

  • MB92

  • MC40

  • MC43

  • MC46

  • MC47

  • MC49

  • MC60

  • MC61

  • MC62

  • MC67

  • MC69

  • MC76

  • MC81

  • MC85

  • MC83

  • MD01

  • MD06

  • MD07

  • MD10

  • MD12

  • SP01

  • SP04

  • SP05

  • SP06

  • SP07

  • SP19

  • SP20

  • SP21

  • SP22

  • SP23

  • Mat amaranth

  • Mat artic blue

  • Mat white

  • Mat bronze

  • Mat anthracite grey

  • Mat brown

  • Mat lead

  • Mat dove grey

  • Mat black

  • Mat pearl gold

  • Mat platinum

The samples above represent the complete range of materials and finishes available for this product (regardless of the top shape or size, in the case of tables). Fabrics, eco-leather, leather and emery leather shown in this website are a selection. Colors and finishes are approximate and may slightly differ from actual ones. Please visit Bonaldo dealers to see the complete sample collection and get further details about our products.

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Designer

Paolo Grasselli

After graduating from ISIA design school in Florence, in 2003 he began working together with lighting manufacturers, for whom he designed several lamp collections. He has been Art Director of some companies in the lighting industry since 2008. His designs have been exhibited at the “Deutsches Architektur Museum” in Frankfurt and at the “Felissimo Design House” in New York.