Product Story

Modern and highly desirable Laguna designer seating is an extensive contemporary collection of modular sofas and benches. Designed by the Italian Architect Elena Trevisan with corporate seating areas in mind, it is the perfect solution for large or small reception area and breakout spaces.

With so many individual modules at your disposal, you can consider simple reception area layouts of a single sofa to exciting and dynamic curved or more traditional seating combinations. Curved, circular and straight sofa modules with and without arms will all combine together seamlessly with matching coffee tables to provide flexibility to create fabulous interior design schemes.

Simple hidden linking devices provide additional levels of flexibility enabling compose and recompose of individual layouts. Concave and convex curved modules will enable the creation of circular peninsula and wave layouts at varying sizes and levels of complexity.

The simple elegant steel frame can be selected in chrome or one of 8 matching matt lacquered colours and be balanced perfectly with your choice of materials.

Finishes & Options

  • Made In Italy
  • Contemporary design
  • Curved, circular and straight modules
  • With or without arms
  • Simple hidden linking devices
  • Available in a lounge armchair or sofa
  • Steel frame available in chrome, or matching matt lacquered colours
  • Upholstered in fabric, real Italian leather or faux leather
  • Available in a wide variety of configurations
  • Suitable for reception areas to large commercial spaces, office environments and foyers.


  • Warranty: 5 years


Sitia, a maker of tailor made modern style chairs was established in Vicenza in 2002. The company is lead by maestro Pergentino Battocchio who has 47 years of experience making chairs.

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Elena Trevisan

Shapes, creativity, inventive experimentation and fabrics have always been part of Elena Trevisan’s life. As she grew up in an artistic environment, with a talented grandmother, it came as no surprise when she decided to study architecture.