In carpentry, a chamfer refers to the broken edge that joins two lines in a soft curve. In this sofa for Moroso, it becomes the distinctive feature of a modular system, expressing a dual widening of aesthetical and functional perspectives. Chamfer allows for a multitude of combinations (through five modules, in different lengths and depths, and a single junction): from simple specular arrangements to well-structured geometrical sequences. Pillows are filled with goose down or polyester fibres, and the covering of the collection’s elements are removable. Versatile, flexible, and refined, the sofa doubles as a big, welcoming elegant embrace.