Nub Loveseat

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Nub Loveseat.

Nub Loveseat.

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Nub Loveseat.

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Nub Loveseat.

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Designed by Spanish architect and designer Patricia Urquiola for Andreu World, this two-seater sofa, affectionately known as the ‘Love Seat’, is the newer addition to the Nub family of timber lounge furniture and chairs.

The sofa has a certain mid-century charm though it is updated with a contemporary touch. Resting on four sleek timber legs and upholstered in smooth, subtle tones, the Loveseat is designed for use both indoors and out. A high back rest features delicately sculptured spindles in an alternating sequence, articulating a sense of craftsmanship and comfort. ufl.co.nz


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