MAH JONG
composition matelot jean paul gaultier

W. 0 cm

Design Hans Hopfer

Hans Hopfer designed the Mah Jong in 1971, with an innovative and uncomplicated approach to comfort which had a profound impact on interior design. Whether as a corner sofa, straight sofa, armchair, bench seat or extra bed, the Mah Jong was conceived to be able to freely adapt in function and form. Each cushion is made by hand in a dedicated workshop, using the same methods as an Haute Couture workshop. ...

Modular sofa per elements, combining seat cushions, straight backs and corner units. Padded elements, stitched by hand. 2 seat cushions can be placed on top of one another.
Back cushions in 450g cotton batting on HR foam core 21 kg/m3 (bearing 4.3 kpa).
Seat cushions in 450g cotton batting on HR foam core 30 kg/m3 (bearing 3.3 kpa).
Solid wood structure for the straight backs and corner units.

Manufactured in Europe

Includes:

Composition as shown (not including cushions) in Jean Paul Gaultier fabric:
4 elements (2 seats with corner backrests, 1 seat with straight backrest and 1 simple seat) in patterned Rayure Matelot fabric, col. Navy and plain Off White.
2 elements (1 seat with straight backrest and 1 simple seat) in patterned Carré Bleu fabric, col. Navy and plain Off White.

 

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Design

Hans Hopfer

In the 1970s Hans Hopfer created the Mah Jong lounge sofa, Roche Bobois’s most recognised and iconic design. The freedom of form that this fully modular low seating system allows broke the design mould and encouraged a completely new way of organising living spaces. Upholstered in simple plain fabrics at the beginning, today it is ‘dressed’ by some of the world’s finest couturiers.

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