W. 95 x H. 19 x D. 95 cm
Design Hans Hopfer
An uninhibited and audacious designer, Kenzo Takada, “the most Parisian of Japanese designer”, has created a unique and exceptional collection of fabrics and ceramics for Roche Bobois.
To ‘dress' the Mah Jong modular sofa, Takada took inspiration from ancient kimonos used in the Noh Theatre, re-interpreting their patterns and colours to create fine and sophisticated harmonies symbolising the 3 times of the day: Asa (morning), Hiru (midday), Yoru (evening). ...
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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.
Composition per elements upholstered in fabrics designed by Kenzo Takada, No Gaku collection. Endless combinations, including seat cushions (L.95 x D.95 x H.19 cm) and straight and corner backs (H.53 cm).
All elements are padded and stitched by hand. Optional adjustable backs with manual mechanism, and small cushions available. Hand-made stitching in wax thread, col. White.
Manufactured in Europe
Composition (cushions not included) shown in No Gaku fabric, YORU collection (evening):
- 1 seat cushion with straight back in MUGARA 50 velvet
– 1 seat cushion with straight back in TATE 150 fabric
– 1 seat cushion with corner back in HANAWA 150 fabric
– 1 seat cushion in ICHIMATSU 150 fabric
– 1 seat cushion with back in KOSODE 150 fabric
– 1 seat cushion with back in MUGARA 64 velvet
– 1 panoramic seat cushion in KAME 150 fabric
– 1 seat cushion with back in MUGARA 70 velvet
– 1 seat cushion in HAWANA 150 fabric
– 1 seat cushion in UROKO 150 fabric
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This product was identified as eco-designed by our qualitative assessment tool developed in collaboration with the CBAF. it has been positively evaluated according to 8 criteria corresponding to each stage of its life cycle Technological institute.