The generous seats of Bomm are inspired by those of the Indian Charpoi, a type of bed that is made available to truck drivers at gas stations along the roads of Southern India. Like the Charpoi, the soft and attractive volumes of Bomm invite to a relaxing time or to an informal work session.
The design of the structure was instead influenced by metal pipes and the scaffoldings that protect the temples under construction in the village of Bommayapalayam: a magnificent contrast and intertwining of steel and traditional architecture that offers a multitude of combinations.
Flexibility and customization are the keywords of the new spaces where connection and sharing are the main activities. Environments must be fluid and adapt quickly to new needs.
For this reason, Bomm is the solution for the spaces of today and the needs of tomorrow. Bomm modules combine easily creating many different configurations suitable for lounge or working areas as well as for an outdoor informal meeting.
Bomm has been designed with a particular attention to comfort: the large seat is suitable for any kind of users and its soft armrests make this sofa perfect for relaxing breaks and informal work sessions.
The Bomm range offers the possibility to create an infinite number of configurations by combining 9 different tubular steel structures with 6 seat modules with or without backrest and 3 table modules. A system that is easy to configure and adapt to different space solutions. The collection is completed with a series of functional accessories: revolving tablet, coat rack and hidden USB sockets.
Bomm was designed with a view to sustainability, pursuing the circular economy model already defined by Sitland. The materials used to manufacture Bomm come from kilometer 0 suppliers, enhancing in this way the Made in Italy and reducing CO2 emissions into the environment. These materials have been selected to offer the maximum resistance and durability of the product, minimizing at the same time the generation of waste. The modular design also allows each module to be easily disassembled at the end of its life promoting recycling.