Among the novelties Introduced is the new Lewood table collection: wood and metal meet in the base for a minimalist and refined structure. The Lewood table has new shapes and sizes with more than 50 new models for over 200 possible stylistic and dimensional combinations. The new top shapes proposed for this collection of tables expands Sovet's research toward a true "New shapes for design" that offers new inspirations for inhabiting living spaces. Glass, ceramic, and exclusive tops that are the product of artisanal and technological glass transformation processes such as net glass, liquid glass, and materia, increasingly enrich Sovet's all-around living space furniture. After the success of the GranDeod table introduced last year where the sculptural shapes of the base are combined with refined finishes, Sovet presents its extendable version that combines its iconic style with the functionality of an extendable table.
Sovet finds the search for new materials and finishes essential to find new design inspirations. This is the reason behind the introduction of the Verde Aver ceramic. A new finish in shades of dark green that finds ample matching possibilities with Sovet's metal and wood finishes to offer complements that make the material combination an added value. Gabriel's new Contour fabric proposed for all seats, armchairs and sofas in the Sovet collection, is multidirectional and elastic. It naturally covers all seating while offering greater comfort. The polyester from which it is made is 100 percent recyclable, an important aspect for Sovet, which makes sustainability one of the cornerstones of its development.