08 February 2012

Contemporary sofas, chairs with classic roots

RH-306, the iconic sofa designed by Robert Haussmann and inspired by the stylish 17th century Chesterfield sofa. The design is trademarked by striking contrasts such as delicate legs on a large cubic body of leather, coming together with framed rounded corners. The deep seat cushioning and button-tufted detailing pay homage to the original design.


DS-1051 is an executive chair characterized by clean-cut lines, premium-quality materials and devotion to details. Inspired by the company’s DS-51 chair designed in 1971, the DS-1051 features hand-sewn seat and back cushions, expressive hand stitching on the sides and a four-star base.
 RH-301 is a famous metal armchair designed in 1954 by Robert Haussmann. 

DS-600 is a sofa designed by Ueli Berger, Eleonore Peduzzi-Riva, Heinz Ulrich and Klaus Vogt. It is reintroduced to the market with its classic support and comfort in down-soft upholstery.

DS-247 is a modular sofa system (above and inset, top) that can adapt to any seating arrangement with the 360° swivel function. Designed by Gordon Guillaumier, it offers a range of sofa heights, materials and a variety of add-on elements. The sofa system comes in five leather qualities and showcases de Sede’s exquisite craftsmanship.

DS-60 is a series of modern seating designed by Gordon Guillaumier. Inspired by the purist form of a boomerang, its slim, airy shape allows it to fit harmoniously into both contemporary and traditional settings. Available as an armchair or sofa in a variety of sizes, it features beautiful handcrafted details and gentle creasing on the leather that softens the chair’s austere lines.


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