The KENNETHCOBONPUE collections come to life through a combination of imagination and expert craftsmanship, transforming materials into exquisite textures.
Originally designed for outdoor use, these creations seamlessly adapt to indoor settings when crafted with different materials. The distinctiveness of the brand's sofas, based in Cebu, Philippines, is immediately recognizable through their characteristic interplay of solid and void, made possible by their generous forms. Meticulous attention to detail and the ability to harmonize furniture with its surroundings make these sofas a perfect addition to both residential and contract environments, offering a cozy and original place to relax.
Among the notable sofas designed for dual use, both indoors and outdoors, are the following:
Balou Sofa and Loveseat, designed by Kenneth Cobonpue: Exuding comfort with its round and plump form, the Balou sofa creates an impression of sitting on air. It reinterprets the classic sofa design in an original way, incorporating materials such as abaca, rattan, nylon, and steel for indoor use, and polyethylene and steel for outdoor use.
Croissant Sofa, designed by Kenneth Cobonpue: The distinctive shape of the Croissant collection promotes a leisurely posture, with its low arms beckoning for reclining. Gentle and rounded forms enhance the seat, which is made even more comfortable with plush cushions. The sofa features abaca for indoor use and polimero for outdoor use.
Forma Daybed and Loveseat, designed by Federica Capitani: Featuring sleek and inviting asymmetrical shapes, the Forma collection designed by Federica Capitani includes a daybed for outdoor use and a loveseat for indoor use. The collection's slanted design enhances its relaxing ambiance, embracing the body in a comforting hug. The simple yet sinuous decoration draws inspiration from basketball and conical wicker baskets, infusing tradition with contemporary shapes and proportions. The loveseat is crafted from rattan for indoor use, while the daybed is made of polyethylene and steel for outdoor use.
Matilda Sofa, designed by Kenneth Cobonpue: Matilda showcases a robust form and invigorating surfaces, exuding a sense of richness. The rattan weave complements the substantial shapes, providing a feeling of fullness to the collection. With a design reminiscent of molded baskets, the Matilda sofa exemplifies the beauty and durability of rattan through various processes. Rattan is used for indoor use, while polyethylene and aluminum are employed for outdoor use.