COR product news 2022. Staying home – with a Lounge easy chair from the Jalis collection, Noto by Pauline Deltour and an update of the Conseta design classic

Our homes continue to be a special focus. Whether as a temporary work island, a safe haven or a place for socialising. Many functions need to be fulfilled without neglecting the feel-good factor. More than ever, user requirements are oriented towards integrative, flexible furniture in timeless design. Furniture that fits in. In rooms of any style.

Jalis Lounge easy chair
Design Jehs+Laub


Variety derived from one basic shape. The folded seat cushion has served the Stuttgart designers Jehs+Laub as a source of inspiration for the Jalis collection since 2010. Relaxed communication on floating cushions, that is their motto. Now the sofa and chair family has been extended to include a Lounge easy chair. With visually accentuated contours and firm upholstery, it looks both elegant and cosy. "We always follow an idea and are faithful to it for a long time, developing it further. For us, the product has to tell a story," Jehs+Laub comment on the new addition to the Jalis family.

Dynamically young in its design language, the Jalis Lounge easy chair is the modern variation of a recliner. In the version with the swivel plate base, it has an invisibly integrated tilt mechanism that gently tips the seat shell backwards. Even the release button is concealed in the armrest and revealed by just one visual cue – a small tone-on-tone embroidered circle. A further embroidered detail strikingly emphasises the V-shape of the back upholstery. Support and comfort are guaranteed by the headrest, which can be tilted by 20 degrees. All in all, a seemingly light, sculptural design. 


Noto chair and easy chair
Design Pauline Deltour


Reduced and elegant at the same time – this is how the French designer Pauline Deltour, who passed away unexpectedly last year, saw the side-panel chair and easy chair Noto, which she developed for COR in 2021. With its narrow, delicately upholstered sides, Noto exudes tranquillity at the table and in the room. In the ensemble, they appear like a finely drawn line, which is particularly emphasised by the protruding backrest. The disc-like upholstered surfaces appear spartan, but due to the elaborate under-springing of the seat and the elastic back, they offer optimal seating comfort. All details are reduced to the minimum. Even the castors concealed in the front of the side panels, which provide flexibility and mobility, are barely visible. The principle of the four conjoined rectangular upholstered areas receives its lightness from the slit between the curved backrest and the seat cushion. The externally offset lapped seams of the armrests deliberately play with the customary symmetry. A purist, clear design that points to the future with French nonchalance while remaining integrative and archetypal. 

Conseta couch element
Design Friedrich W. Möller


Once launched as the first element sofa range, Conseta has held its own in the most diverse interiors worldwide for almost 60 years. The recipe for success of this design classic may lie in its variability and its straightforwardness. Conseta is constantly being optimised and adapted to the zeitgeist as well as to current user demands. In 2022, it is to receive an upgrade. A new couch element with a 120 cm wide seating and reclining surface will become part of the programme. Spacious, with lounge character and room for two. If, for example, elements with a continuous seat cushion are added, the Conseta looks more rectilinear than ever. Expansive reclining spaces up to three metres wide can also be created with ease. Putting together (lat. consetus) and sitting together (lat. consedere) – Conseta skilfully combines both.

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