The Alfred couch for Baxter, which was developed by designer Marco Milisich in 1997, becomes the focal fulcrum and protagonist of the living area due to its classic and comfy design.
The formal appearance is given careful attention to detail with the use of a handcrafted antiquing method and the exquisite processing of ornamental leather buttons. Because of the skilled craftsmanship that was applied to the exquisite leather, the couch exudes an air of sophistication while also exuding an air of antiquity. Its one-of-a-kind look lends credence to the notion that this item is a genuine piece of art. The sinuous and enveloping contours provide a comfortable cushioned seat with a large support area for the lumbar region of the back.
The utilization of a wide variety of materials demonstrates careful attention to detail. The frame, which is made of poplar or fir wood, is outfitted with a springing system that consists of woven elastic ribbons covered in rubber and with variable density cushioning that varies depending on the amount of pressure that is applied which provides a high level of comfort.