W. 95 x H. 19 x D. 95 cm
Designed by Hans Hopfer
An uninhibited and audacious designer, Kenzo Takada, “the most Parisian of Japanese designers”, 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 colors to create fine and sophisticated harmonies symbolizing 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, HIRU collection (mid-day:
- 1 seat cushion with straight back in MUGARA 56 velvet
– 1 seat cushion with straight back in TATE 156 fabric
– 1 seat cushion with corner back in HANAWA 156 fabric
– 1 seat cushion in MUGARA 53 velvet
– 1 seat cushion with back in KOSODE 156 fabric
– 1 seat cushion with back in MUGARA 57 velvet
– 1 panoramic seat cushion in KAME 156 fabric
– 1 seat cushion with back in MUGARA 61 velvet
– 1 seat cushion in HAWANA 156 fabric
– 1 seat cushion in ICHIMATSU 156 fabric
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.
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.
We meet visual artist Joana Vasconcelos in her Lisbon studio for a quirkly interview centered on French Art de Vivre and Roche Bobois.