Sho: the making of
The Sho system consists of an armchair, a two or three seater sofa, a pouf and a chaise lounge. All its elements are available in two versions: low backrest for contract and living environments, high backrest for greater privacy and therefore suitable for work environments. They can also be combined to create sharing spaces made even more functional by the possible accessories that can be integrated, such as electrical sockets and worktops.
Experiment, build, create.
The realization of the prototype is not only a magic moment, but it represents the crucial point of a project that lets you control any possible problems, make changes, discover opportunities, strengthen an intuition. This was the case for the Sho.
Sho is characterized by a powerful physical presence. Its sinuous shapes are enclosed within a rigorous external shell that supports the backrest and armrests.
The designers developed the system with the new lounge areas in mind, designed for communication and relaxation.
A lounge, a waiting room, a living room or a restaurant: the Sho system, elegant and functional, responds to different needs, both domestic environments and hybrid territories dedicated to work or hospitality.
Curiosity, tenacity and passion for research have characterized our work for more than 40 years at our Design Studio of industrial design and interior architecture founded in 1973 in Padua by Paolo Favaretto. Back in the 1980s, the Studio was one of the first in Italy to engage in business relationships abroad, collaborating with prestigious companies in North America, Europe and Asia.