If there’s anything a little less lazy than abbreviating the furniture line that Philippe Starck and Cassina collaborated on down to L.W.S., then it has to be the furniture itself. In a day and age where modular pieces and the “less is more” approach are being maximized at every turn, it just so happens that this Lazy Working collection might have all of the answers.
Constructed from a tubular steel frame, and upholstery in varying densities– Starck’s design for Cassina features the ability to be fitted with side and rear ‘tops’ or tables. These attachments sit down near the feet and the surfaces are available in wenge or maple finishes. Support finishes also vary, but range in a variety of neutral ivories or aluminiums. The perfect piece of furniture without searching for the right tables to match!