Quilton Sofa by Doshi Levien / New Modules

Described by designers Doshi Levien as a ‘quilted landscape sofa system’, Quilton serves as a central platform for living, working, socialising and relaxing. Quilton’s generous dimensions and sculpted forms are offered in wide variety of modules – the collection has now been extended with a 2-seater model, corner modules and free standing modules in different sizes. Quilton takes sofa design to a new level of versatility that makes it suitable for a wide range of domestic and public spaces.

Quilton 2 Seater / Rey Coffee Table / Mags Cushion 10 / Common Rice Paper Shade Oblong / Common Floor Lamp 

Quilton / Kofi / Slit table wood / Mags Cushion 9Mags Cushion 10 / Common Rice Paper Shade Oblong / Common Floor Lamp

Quilton 2 Seater / Rey Coffee Table / Mags Cushion 10 / Common Rice Paper Shade Oblong / Common Floor Lamp

Its numerous upholstery choices include mono, duo, or with a black contrasting platform.

Quilton / Kofi / Mags Cushion 9Mags Cushion 10 / Colour Cabinet Tall with glass doors / Common Rice Paper Shade Oblong / Common Floor Lamp

Quilton 2 Seater / Colour Cabinet Tall with glass doors / Quilton Cushion

Quilton / Kofi / Slit table wood / Mags Cushion 9 / Ribbon Cushion / Common Rice Paper Shade Oblong / Common Floor Lamp

About Doshi Levien

Doshi Levien is a London based design studio founded in 2000 by Nipa Doshi (b. 1971) and Jonathan Levien (b. 1972). Doshi grew up in India and studied at the National Institute of Design, while Jonathan, who is from Scotland, trained in fine cabinet making followed by industrial design. They met while studying at the Royal College of Art. They have established a strong reputation for creating design that is both technically advanced and imbued with cultural resonance. They have been internationally acclaimed for their work and in 2008 were awarded the prestigious Future Legends of Design by the Cooper Hewitt National Museum of Design in New York. Together, they bring to bear a complimentary set of skills to the projects they work on. Doshi is primarily concerned with visual culture, an aesthetic understanding of the world and the materiality of things, while Levien is more focused on industrial precision and technique. They have worked on projects for industry leading companies and institutions in the fields of furniture, fashion, homewares, technology and lighting.