Renata Kalarus

Lcd is a collection composed of 2-, 3-, and 4-seater sofas, and an armchair.

The sleek form of the seats and distinctively shaped steel legs are an homage to the design of the 1950s.

The 3- and 4-seater sofas from 2012 are equipped with gradually reclining backrests. As a result, the furniture can be used not only for sitting, but also for reclining and, occasionally, sleeping.

In 2016, the collection was expanded to include 2- and 3-seater sofas without the reclining mechanism, as well as an armchair, to accommodate smaller spaces and facilities.

All models in the collection have specially designed back cushions ensuring comfortable use.

Lcd is based on the idea that fabrics with different textures or colours are placed on the front and back of the furniture pieces to achieve a broad spectrum of applications both in residential buildings and hotels.

steel elements
polyurethane foam
Structural elements
steel elements, slab elements, webbing tape (non-convertible version)
fabric, leather
Renata Kalarus
She has graduated from the Academy of Arts in Krakow at the Faculty of Industrial Forms, and obtained scholarship from the Academy of Arts in Ljubljana (Slovenia).

For NOTI, she designed a functionally diverse collection of sofas: Bibik, Lcd and Meltemi, as well as Su and Comma chairs (the latter awarded Red Dot 2009 Honourable Mention).