Magniflex Partners With Italian Designer To Introduce Enhanced Support Sleep System
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New “Uno” bed offers comfort, ergonomic support, and sleek Italian design.
Magniflex, one of the world’s largest luxury mattress brands, reported that it introduced the first in a collection of enhanced support sleep systems at the High Point Furniture Market. Working in collaboration with renowned Italian designer Luca Sebis, the company created the new “UNO” bed – an innovative, modular sleep system designed to deliver comfort and personalized high-end style.
Available in a variety of colors and materials, the UNO works in conjunction with all Magniflex mattresses.
“For 50 years, Magniflex has strived to deliver the perfect sleep experience to our consumers. With the introduction of the UNO, we can provide customers a complete sleep system – mattress, accessories, and now a chic base,” said Marco Magni, Global Sales Director. “Throughout the years, we have had the pleasure of working on a number of projects with famed designer Luca Sebis.
His artistic edge adds a stylish touch to the Magniflex sleep experience”
Made in Italy, the UNO’s ergonomic support system is constructed with either wooden slats or a spring base. An adjustable version will be introduced later this year. Available in wood, leather, eco-leather, metal and microfiber – with a wide variety of colors – the UNO’s headboard, legs, and base can be customized to integrate into any décor for a contemporary or classic look. The retail price for queen beds will start at $2,799, including frame and headboard.
About Magniflex: Magniflex was founded over 50 years ago in a suburb of Florence, Italy, and today more than 35 million people in 76 countries sleep on Magniflex mattresses. Known as a world leader in quality, comfort and innovation, Magniflex was the first mattress company in the world to gain certifications from Oeko Tex. The company’s central manufacturing facility produces up to 10,000 mattresses a day, 80 percent of which are exported to countries such as Japan, Spain, Germany, Russia, the United States and now, Canada.
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