Whether it's curved or upholstered in a pop of colour, has a super soft texture, or is designed with geometric and angled arms, the current trends for sofas marry comfort with style. While you can still find plenty of straight-armed sofas, you'll also see more distinctive shapes and unique fabrics. In any case, comfort and ergonomics go beyond trends and are always taken seriously, like in the latest proposals from Spanish sofa specialist FAMA.
The creation of distinctive products, unique in the market, has allowed FAMA to consolidate its own personality in the upholstered furniture sector. FAMA’s sofas are characterized by well executed designs, the use of exclusive and colourful fabrics, and above all an exceptional comfort and functionality. Unlike most of the design models, a FAMA sofa is designed for the comfort and enjoyment of people at home, with the family or friends, or just on their own.
This year, at the EspritMeuble 2022, they exhibit some new launches that stand out for their distinctive design and functionalities. Let’s discover more!
TEMPO modular sofa. By Félix López Gil
Magnificent in size and structure, TEMPO is a new modular programme that offers important innovations that will surely make it stand out in the market: two different depths in the same sofa set; seat hardness adjustment and interchangeable core; fully removable covers; reversible modules detachable without screws; multipositional roller backrests.
With TEMPO, the firm takes a decisive step forward towards the Circular Economy. They have developed a construction and assembly system that allows to separate the seat cushion components so that the rubber core of the seat can be easily and cheaply replaced, and the life of the sofa can be extended.
Strongly committed to sustainability, they have improved their design processes to create products that have a longer life than others on the markets. Furthermore, all components can be easily recycled when the product come to an end. Style, comfort, functionality, sustainability at once!
PLANET chairs. By Félix López Gil
With the chairs of the PLANET line versatility is taken to the extreme and you can do much more than just sit! PLANET is a chair programme based on two distinctive features: the first is a versatile design with multiple options, and the second is the ergonomic properties that ensure maximum comfort and support. Available in two versions - FLY PLANET with metal rod legs and ONE PLANET with rod sledge base -, the chairs have a metal structure and offer 4 types of seats and up to 10 different backrest designs for endless combinations.
The patented adjustable backrest features an innovative system that allows the backrest to rotate following the user’s movement and adapting to the position of the user’s back. This way, when the user sits completely upright, the backrest obtains a perfectly straight position that fully supports the user’s back.
And when we prefer a more relaxed position - drinking coffee or after a meal -, just by moving the sitting position forward a few centimetres, the backrest accompanies our back until we achieve an inclination close to 30 degrees. Very clever, isn’t it?
KORINTO&LUXOR seat programme. By Félix López Gil
If you’re planning to hunker down in a cosy sofa to ride out the cold, dark winter season, then KORINTO&LUXOR is the ideal sofa for you. The new KORINTO&LUXOR modular sofas include most of the innovative features of TEMPO (multipositional backrests, hardness regulator, exchangeable core, two different seat depths), but they present a different aesthetic for the backrest, arms and bases. The extra-thin base and the high legs give KORINTO&LUXOR a sense of lightness and timeless appeal.
The backrests cushions are very thick and the interiors are made with a new high-quality fibre that offers a comfort difficult to beat. The armrests are available in two different design options.
FAMA’s production is entirely carried out in Spain, at their factory located in Yecla (Murcia). They have one of the most technologically advanced plants in the upholstery sector, although they combine technology with the know-how of their craftsmen who carry out all the manual sewing and upholstery processes. 70% of the production is exported to more than 70 countries around the world.