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PROFILE
large 3-seat sofa

W. 239 x H. 76 x D. 95 cm

Designed by Roberto Tapinassi & Maurizio Manzoni

Profile is a timeless model designed by Roberto Tapinassi & Maurizio Manzoni. It combines a 1950s inspired shape with a very contemporary base. The velvet upholstery is fully tufted and available in a wide range of colours. It is available in many dimensions of sofas, ottomans, and chairs. ...

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large 3-seat sofa

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Many other materials, colours and dimensions available in the showroom

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Estimated delivery time: 10 to 12 weeks null

This sofa’s structure has FSC™ Mix certification. It is made with a mixture of materials from responsibly managed, FSC™-certified forests and from other controlled sources.

Upholstered in CABARET velvet (100% cotton) or Sakura fabric JPG gold (75% cotton, 11% acrylic, 6% polyester, 5% polyamide, 3% viscose). Padded seat cushions, back cushions and armrests. Seat cushions in HR foam 40 kg/m3. Back cushions in HR foam 35 kg/m3. Structure in solid fir wood and pine plywood. XL cross-webbing elastic straps suspension. Base in Wenge-stained solid beech (also available with grey stain finish), reinforced with metal.

Manufactured in Europe.

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Other versions available in the showroom:

Large 3-seat sofa - W. 239 x H. 76 x D. 95 cm
2.5-seat sofa - W. 199 x H. 76 x D. 95 cm
1.5-seat sofa - W. 159 x H. 76 x D. 95 cm
Lounge chair independent - W. 155 x H. 75 x D. 110 cm
Armchair - W. 105 x H. 76 x D. 84 cm
Large ottoman - W. 222 x H. 43 x D. 83 cm
Rectangular ottoman - W. 162 x H. 43 x D. 83 cm
Round ottoman - W. 114 x H. 33 x D. 114 cm

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The Forest Stewardship Council™ (FSC™) is an international organisation dedicated to promoting responsible management of the world’s forests and to protecting them for future generations. By purchasing this product, you are helping to protect the world’s forests.

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