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DS-22 sofa

Product description

DS-22 is an extension of the successful DS-21 model by Stephan Hürlemann and represents a stylish geometry of familiarity. It radiates a elegant nonchalance - whether as a 2-seater sofa, a seating area with a corner set or as a recamier. Due to the clear geometry, the generous proportions and the high feet, DS-22 looks like a sublime sculpture to royally relax on. The modular upholstery furniture can flexibly be combined and adapted to new interior spaces at any time. It always represents comfort and maximum timelessness.

The metal frame carries the architecturally graceful upholstery volume seemingly effortlessly. The lush upholstery elements counteract the strictness of the metal structure. With the back cushions in two heights, a seat depth of 69 cm and the loose comfort pillow, one can sit comfortably on the DS-22, lie on it serenely, or relax thoroughly. The DS-22 is always flexible: the upholstery components can easily be rearranged on the steel frame. Even the corner elements of the upholstery group can be repositioned without much effort. This flexibility, combined with its clear shape and generous proportions, makes the DS-22 a sophisticated sofa that stands for timeless comfort.

Die The standard components can be complemented by armchairs, 2, 2.5 or 3-seater sofas - depending on one’s wishes; one can compose a recamier or a classic corner set. The DS-22 is available in typical de Sede leather or with fabric cover. In addition, different frame widths are available with metal feet in black, chrome, brass or powder coated in all RAL colors. The sofa family is complemented by a generous table as well as a round stull.

Specifications
Seat finishwith upholstery
Depth of seat690 mm
Base finishwith legs
Backrest finishwith back padding
without backrest
with backrest
Armrest finishwith armrests
without armrests
Functionsconnectable
Materialleather
textiles
ColorsAll colours of the manufacturer's collection possible
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Manufacturer:
de Sede, Switzerland

Design:
Stephan Hürlemann
2017