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The Art of Building Your Biosofa
Conceptualization and Prototyping: Crafting Biosofa's Vision
Delve into the creative process of Biosofa design. From the first drawing to miniature models, explore the considerations of comfort, aesthetics, and emotion for your new sofa.
Biosofa Miniature Model by ddp Studio
Visualizing Comfort: The Miniature Model

Witness the designers of ddp studio presenting the first model of Casquet. What comes next is the 3D model creation for the Casquet sofa.

Biosofa 3D Model Development
Precision in 3D: Refining the Model

Our product developers will start to optimize and refine the 3D model, calculating textile sizes and cutting patterns for production.

Furniture making is a collaborative process. Onnly when everybody involved in the development of the new sustainable sofa gives a green light, the proper production can start.

Biosofa Miniature Model by ddp Studio
Visualizing Comfort: The Miniature Model

Witness the designers of ddp studio presenting the first model of Casquet. What comes next is the 3D model creation for the Casquet sofa.

Biosofa 3D Model Development
Precision in 3D: Refining the Model

Our product developers will start to optimize and refine the 3D model, calculating textile sizes and cutting patterns for production.

Furniture making is a collaborative process. Onnly when everybody involved in the development of the new sustainable sofa gives a green light, the proper production can start.

Artisanal Woodwork: Crafting the Backbone
Uncover the strength and craftsmanship behind Biosofa's wooden frames, made exclusively from dried beechwood. Learn about the handcrafted process and commitment to durability. We use dried beechwood for our frames, because it is extremely hard, ultra robust and will not bend — not even after decades of usage.
Building the Wooden Frame - Solid Wood Craftsmanship
The Beauty of Solid Wood

Biosofa products never include chipboard or MDF, and our specialized team preserves the woodworking tradition of our region, Brianza.

Handmade Wooden Frame by Biosofa Artisans
Handcrafted Excellence

We have a true hands-on approach as wooden pieces are cut, sanded, measured, and assembled under the skilled guidance of head carpenter Fabio Solenne.

Dried Beechwood: Biosofa Frame Durability
Timeless Durability

We now complete the wooden under-frame, the backbone ensuring Biosofa's longevity and stability.

Building the Wooden Frame - Solid Wood Craftsmanship
The Beauty of Solid Wood

Biosofa products never include chipboard or MDF, and our specialized team preserves the woodworking tradition of our region, Brianza.

Handmade Wooden Frame by Biosofa Artisans
Handcrafted Excellence

We have a true hands-on approach as wooden pieces are cut, sanded, measured, and assembled under the skilled guidance of head carpenter Fabio Solenne.

Dried Beechwood: Biosofa Frame Durability
Timeless Durability

We now complete the wooden under-frame, the backbone ensuring Biosofa's longevity and stability.

Foundation of Comfort: Jute and Metal Springs
Before cushioning, the foundation is set with an elastic layer of springs and jute. Biosofa uses of steel instead of plastic, creating a web of comfort for flexibility and longevity.
Biosofa Elastic Layer: Ensuring Flexibility
Elastic Harmony: Creating an Even Base

Understand the significance of the elastic layer, incorporating vertical and horizontal stripes of jute to enhance flexibility and comfort.

The way we make sure that the product base will be not only comfortable, but also long-lasting and robust is by installing vertical and horizontal stripes of jute right under the frame. 

Jute and Metal Springs in Biosofa Craftsmanship
Steel Strength: A Sturdy Support System

Now comes the finishing of the woven jute pattern fixed with steel nails and the application of criss-cross belts for added support.

Steel Springs and Jute Belts: Craftsmanship Detail
Weaving Comfort: Ensuring a Soft Foundation

Witness the final touch as a pure jute cloth covers the entire web of belts and springs, ensuring a smooth foundation for the next layers.

Biosofa Elastic Layer: Ensuring Flexibility
Elastic Harmony: Creating an Even Base

Understand the significance of the elastic layer, incorporating vertical and horizontal stripes of jute to enhance flexibility and comfort.

The way we make sure that the product base will be not only comfortable, but also long-lasting and robust is by installing vertical and horizontal stripes of jute right under the frame. 

Jute and Metal Springs in Biosofa Craftsmanship
Steel Strength: A Sturdy Support System

Now comes the finishing of the woven jute pattern fixed with steel nails and the application of criss-cross belts for added support.

Steel Springs and Jute Belts: Craftsmanship Detail
Weaving Comfort: Ensuring a Soft Foundation

Witness the final touch as a pure jute cloth covers the entire web of belts and springs, ensuring a smooth foundation for the next layers.

Natural Layers: Cotton Felt and Latex Padding
Explore the layering process with 100% natural latex and recycled cotton felt. From sculpting soft shapes to creating a smooth foundation for the final textiles, witness the craftsmanship.
Cotton Felt and Latex Padding in Biosofa
Soft Precision: Crafting with Natural Latex

Experience the art of cutting down large blocks of natural latex to create various softness levels, shaping the sofa as envisioned in the initial sketches.

Latex is delivered in large blocks and we cut it down to the needed sizes in the correct height and length using our large scale vertical saw. 

This process takes experience and craftsmanship, as the material is very soft and any push or pull in the wrong direction will result in an uneven cut.

Natural Latex Sculpting for Biosofa Sofas
Sculpting Comfort: Artistry in Sofa Design

The layering process allows our artisans to sculpt the sofa, especially when crafting designs with rounded or soft lines.

By carefully applying the different layers of latex we can sculpt the sofa as envisioned in the first sketches. This really is the difficult part, and here all the workmanship of our artisans really plays out.

Recycled Cotton Felt for Biosofa Protection
Felted Protection: Safeguarding the Sofa

To protect the latex cells from dust and damage, we apply an extra protective layer of recycled cotton felt. This layer will also provide a firmer feel and keep the relatively wobbly latex foam compact and in shape. 

recycled cotton sofa cover for smooth textile in your biosofa
A Smooth Layer Under the Final Textiles

Understand the role of the cotton layer in supporting the final textile cover, ensuring a seamless finish without creases or folds.

Cotton Felt and Latex Padding in Biosofa
Soft Precision: Crafting with Natural Latex

Experience the art of cutting down large blocks of natural latex to create various softness levels, shaping the sofa as envisioned in the initial sketches.

Latex is delivered in large blocks and we cut it down to the needed sizes in the correct height and length using our large scale vertical saw. 

This process takes experience and craftsmanship, as the material is very soft and any push or pull in the wrong direction will result in an uneven cut.

Natural Latex Sculpting for Biosofa Sofas
Sculpting Comfort: Artistry in Sofa Design

The layering process allows our artisans to sculpt the sofa, especially when crafting designs with rounded or soft lines.

By carefully applying the different layers of latex we can sculpt the sofa as envisioned in the first sketches. This really is the difficult part, and here all the workmanship of our artisans really plays out.

Recycled Cotton Felt for Biosofa Protection
Felted Protection: Safeguarding the Sofa

To protect the latex cells from dust and damage, we apply an extra protective layer of recycled cotton felt. This layer will also provide a firmer feel and keep the relatively wobbly latex foam compact and in shape. 

recycled cotton sofa cover for smooth textile in your biosofa
A Smooth Layer Under the Final Textiles

Understand the role of the cotton layer in supporting the final textile cover, ensuring a seamless finish without creases or folds.

Tailoring Textiles: Inner and Outer Covers
Navigate through the final stages of the Biosofa-making process, where 3D models guide the exact cuts for textiles. Each piece is cut, cleaned, and assembled by our skilled seamstresses.
Biosofa Inner and Outer Covers Process
Beneath the Surface: The White Cotton Undercover

The addition of a white cotton undercover will support the final textile cover to run smoothly and prevent creases or folds.

Biosofa Textile Selection and Cutting
Textile Tapestry: Mastering Material Characteristics

Each textile has its own little features and challenges. With velvet for example, the lay of the soft surface will reflect the light differently depending on the direction of the weave. 

Biosofa Cutting Program and Automated Table
Cutting Edge Precision: Shaping the Textiles

With the 3D model that we have created early in the process, we’re now able to get the exact cuts for the textiles. We pass the shapes into our dedicated cutting program which is linked to our automated large scale cutting table. With its size of 3 x 8 meters and a movable arm we’re able to easily and precisely cut all the material.

Assembling Biosofa Textile Covers
Seamless Assembly: Creating Textile Harmony

Once all textile pieces are cut, our seamstresses clean them and assemble the covers while borders, zippers and threads are matched to the textile color. 

Precision Sewing: Biosofa Artisan Craft
Sewing Furniture is an Art

Sewing a sofa is hard work. All parts are heavy, and need to be assembled exactly. Often, the final stitching is very visible and must be absolutely perfect to pass quality control.

Harmony in Assembling Biosofa Parts
Final Steps: where everything comes together in Harmony

Zippers, buttons, closures and decorative seams are the last steps in the Biosofa sewing process.

Biosofa Inner and Outer Covers Process
Beneath the Surface: The White Cotton Undercover

The addition of a white cotton undercover will support the final textile cover to run smoothly and prevent creases or folds.

Biosofa Textile Selection and Cutting
Textile Tapestry: Mastering Material Characteristics

Each textile has its own little features and challenges. With velvet for example, the lay of the soft surface will reflect the light differently depending on the direction of the weave. 

Biosofa Cutting Program and Automated Table
Cutting Edge Precision: Shaping the Textiles

With the 3D model that we have created early in the process, we’re now able to get the exact cuts for the textiles. We pass the shapes into our dedicated cutting program which is linked to our automated large scale cutting table. With its size of 3 x 8 meters and a movable arm we’re able to easily and precisely cut all the material.

Assembling Biosofa Textile Covers
Seamless Assembly: Creating Textile Harmony

Once all textile pieces are cut, our seamstresses clean them and assemble the covers while borders, zippers and threads are matched to the textile color. 

Precision Sewing: Biosofa Artisan Craft
Sewing Furniture is an Art

Sewing a sofa is hard work. All parts are heavy, and need to be assembled exactly. Often, the final stitching is very visible and must be absolutely perfect to pass quality control.

Harmony in Assembling Biosofa Parts
Final Steps: where everything comes together in Harmony

Zippers, buttons, closures and decorative seams are the last steps in the Biosofa sewing process.

Comfort in Detail: Backrests and Cushions
Discover the nuances in crafting backrests, seat cushions, and armrests. Each component is designed to deliver comfort, support, and aesthetic appeal.
Biosofa Backrest Craftsmanship
Feathered Luxury: Crafting the Backrest

The backrest will be made from pure feathers (or a vegan alternative) and is actually a cushion within a cushion. 

Biosofa Seat Cushion Technique
Precision in Seat Cushions

The technique we use to keep all this soft material in place is to sew it into air compartments, sort of like you would do with a down jacket.

Biosofa Armrests with Natural Latex
Armrest Artistry: Blending Latex and Feathers

The inner layer for the seating cushion will be a latex layer featuring 10 to 20 centimetres of thickness. Once again, using our 100% natural latex! 

These latex pieces will finally be covered by a feather chamber cushion, much like the outer ones on the backrest.

Biosofa Backrest Craftsmanship
Feathered Luxury: Crafting the Backrest

The backrest will be made from pure feathers (or a vegan alternative) and is actually a cushion within a cushion. 

Biosofa Seat Cushion Technique
Precision in Seat Cushions

The technique we use to keep all this soft material in place is to sew it into air compartments, sort of like you would do with a down jacket.

Biosofa Armrests with Natural Latex
Armrest Artistry: Blending Latex and Feathers

The inner layer for the seating cushion will be a latex layer featuring 10 to 20 centimetres of thickness. Once again, using our 100% natural latex! 

These latex pieces will finally be covered by a feather chamber cushion, much like the outer ones on the backrest.

Precision Perfection: Quality Control
The final steps include assembling feet, double-checking measurements, and executing a thorough quality control routine. Witness the dedication to ensuring every Biosofa meets our standards of excellence.
Testing Biosofa for Comfort

We double-check all measurements and features.

We test it for comfort, document the piece, put a piece of the original cover textile in an envelope for you,
so that you always have a colour reference and start smiling.

Your Biosofa is now a masterpiece, ready to be shipped and bring joy to your home.

Testing Biosofa for Comfort

We double-check all measurements and features.

We test it for comfort, document the piece, put a piece of the original cover textile in an envelope for you,
so that you always have a colour reference and start smiling.

Your Biosofa is now a masterpiece, ready to be shipped and bring joy to your home.