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W. 240 x H. 65 x D. 112 cm

Designed by Philippe Bouix

The Cinephile sofa offers comfort, elegance and simplicity. Its adjustable backrests (with manual or electric mechanism) allow for an à la carte comfort, the thickness of its cushions, their softness and their foam padding make it reassuring and make you want to curl up in it. Its slim cross base lengthens its silhouette to give it a very chic look. The little detail that sets it apart: its contrasting piping, originally placed on the armrest, gives it a fashionable touch that makes it a timeless model. ...




Many other materials, colours and dimensions available in the showroom


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Estimated delivery time: 10 to 12 weeks null

Upholstered in leather or fabric. Contrasting piping and armrest stitching. Adjustable multi-position backs (optional: electric mechanism, with remote control), HR foam 28 kg/m3. Seat cushions in bi-density HR foam 40-45 kg/m3. Structure in solid fir wood and pine plywood. Cross-webbing XL elastic straps suspension. Cross-base in solid stained beech. Available in other elements, straight sofas, armchair and ottoman.

Manufactured in Europe

Raised back: H.91cm


Consisting of: 3-seat 1-arm unit with left armrest (L.217 x H.65 x D.112 cm) + Large Corner/Meridienne right (L.240 x H.65 x P.112 cm)

Other versions available in the showroom:

Large 3-seat sofa - W. 240 x H. 65 x D. 112 cm
3-seat sofa - W. 220 x H. 65 x D. 112 cm
2.5-seat sofa - W. 200 x H. 65 x D. 112 cm
2-seat sofa - W. 180 x H. 65 x D. 112 cm
1.5-seat sofa - W. 160 x H. 65 x D. 112 cm
Armchair - W. 102 x H. 65 x D. 112 cm
Square ottoman - W. 80 x H. 41 x D. 80 cm

Designed by

Philippe Bouix

Philippe Bouix has designed several outstanding sofas for Roche Bobois. His approach goes beyond the concept of simply seeking to create sofas that provide extreme comfort from a physical point of view. He seeks to provide what he terms ‘visual comfort’ too, in other words an aesthetic harmony and balance of proportion that makes his sofas a pleasure to look at – as well as to sit on.

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