Painter, sculptor, designer … Hans Hopfer has designed sofas that have become for many in the elements essential


Since the 1970s, its innovative and uncomplicated approach to comfort has had a profound influence on interior décor.

In 1971, he created Mah Jong, a sofa that claimed total freedom of form and function. You can play with all the compositions, change the heights, move from one to two “floors”, give another focus, if you will, the initial functions of the sofa, for creative management of space, to infinity.

Subsequently, a corner sofa, straight sofa, armchair, bench or extra bed, the Mah Jong has been designed to be able to adapt with complete freedom the form to the function, allowing to be able to change at will “The landscape” of a living room and offer every time a new view on the living room.

The Mah Jong is made in Italy, in a specialized workshop, in the manner of haute couture workshops. Designed as a mattress, each element is unique, each seam is handmade, each finish is controlled by skilled craftsmen.

Avant-gardist at the moment of its creation, iconic at the moment, dressed by Missoni Home, Jean Paul Gaultier or Sonia Rykiel Maison, this sofa “in freedom” is for a long time a reference of modularity and creativity.


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