During the 1960s, new forms of furniture appeared, where comfort, fantasy and freedom in the sitting posture were promoted. The fluid and supple lines that can be obtained with synthetic materials and plastic, allowing innovative types of furniture and objects to be made, transformed conventional habits. The yielding and modulable nature of this furniture reflects a desire for change and a new reading of social conventions. In breaking away from a rationalist pared down aesthetic, the Asmara sofa is part of a profound renewal of forms. The soft or modulable character of these pieces of furniture reflects a desire for change, but also an evolution in social conventions. With the success of Pop culture, furniture from this decade broke away from the idea of permanence and investment over time, helped by production and marketing at affordable prices.