Belle Reeve is a sofa system by Luca Nichetto with seemingly endless possibilities. The sofa has a deep, low body with brass or stainless steel feet, and a choice of solid wood lattice panels or upholstered panels on the backrests. Different arm and table options combine with the seat modules to break the symmetry of this versatile sofa, allowing for personalised configurations.

DEFINING YOUR CONFIGURATION
You can create your desired configuration using one of the following methods:

COMMON CONFIGURATIONS
Find common configurations on the Belle Reeve Sofa system page. Further common configurations can also be found in the Belle Reeve Sofa System worksheet. Each configuration can be ordered as shown, or can be altered with a chosen ‘ending.’

A LA CARTE
Define your own configuration using individual modules. Download the Belle Reeve Sofa System worksheet.

SCATTER CUSHIONS
Scatter cushions are not included with the configurations or modules. Scatter cushions are available in three sizes, and must be specified on the relevant Finishing Touches page.

PANEL OPTIONS
Backrests and armrests include panels either timber lattice or upholstered: one 1.5-unit for 1.5-unit backrests, one 1-unit for 1-unit backrests and arms, and two 1-unit for 2-unit backrests.

TABLES
Table modules are available in our full range of timbers/finishes or a choice of stone options including Rosa Negrais, Black Marquina, or Carrara marble; or Ataija Creme limestone.

HARDWARE
Connection hardware will be provided to fix the individual modules into the configuration ordered.

Assembly: Belle Reeve Sofa

LUCA NICHETTO

Luca Nichetto is an acclaimed Italian designer with offices in Venice and Stockholm. His work is informed by his collaborative approach to design and deep respect for craft across all disciplines. For his product line, ‘Nichetto’ he creates products with personality, distinction and versatility. The pioneering yet classical forms highlight the unique characteristics of the premium materials and superior craft.

"My idea was really simple, to work really deeply with details and the handcrafted quality of what De La Espada do," Luca Nichetto.