Lazy from Calia Italia wins German Design Award 2020.

5 décembre 2019

“Congratulations on your selection for the German Design Awards 2020!”

These were the words with which the German Design Council announced that Calia Italia’s ‘Lazy’ model was the winner of the German Design Awards 2020, in the category of Excellent Product Design – Furniture.

The news was finally made official and in Frankfurt on 7th February 2020 there will be the award ceremony.

Now that we have the verdict from the international jury, it’s time to get that of the public! Offering people the opportunity to vote for their favourites amongst the winners of 2020, the German Design Award PUBLIC CHOICE voting has begun.

Lazy is among the candidates and you are among the jurors!

Here’s how you can give your vote to Lazy with a few simple steps:

1 Register on the German Design Award website:

2 Confirm registration by clicking on the confirmation link you receive by email.

3 Go to the Lazy page at and click on ‘vote now for this project’.

4 If you haven’t already done so, please log in.

5 Vote for Lazy by clicking on the confirmation button.

The German Design Awards are very prestigious awards, commissioned by the major authorities of the German design industry. Established in 1953 on the initiative of the Bundestag (German parliament) it is now awarded by the German Design Council – a world leader in brand management and design communication.

The vision of this competition (and its organisers) is to select projects based on how they can make a real, pioneering contribution to the German and international design scene. To this end, the German Design Awards identify and present the most important design trends.

‘Lazy’ is a modular sofa designed for Calia Italia by the designers of Studio Pastina.

Domenico Santoro and Francesca Puddu say that:

“we have often thought of the Lazy sofa as a sort of giant marshmallow”.

From the very beginning, this sofa was conceived as an object with soft and welcoming lines, without edges and capable of evoking the iconographic idea of comfort: the cushion.

From the single module, which can be used as an armchair, to the larger compositions, the ‘Lazy’ sofa has been designed to create multiple combinations. Furthermore, its extreme modularity and variety of finishes makes it suitable for any type of space and capable of responding to multiple needs.

Only a few signs, both essential and at the same time friendly, give shape to the Lazy sofa. It fits naturally into the contemporary domestic scene and is synonymous with the deep sensitivity of craftsmanship required to calibrate aesthetics and function in a perfect synthesis.

Studio Pastina has always applied its own personal vision of design and they work on a wide range of projects ranging from product design to interior design. The Studio has also been selected among the winners of ‘Ambiente – Young Design Talent Award 2016’ and for the 2017 edition of ‘Salone Satellite’. The studio’s work has been exhibited at the Salone del Mobile, Ambiente, La Biennale di Venezia and in numerous similar events.