W. 457 x H. 77 x D. 150 cm
Designed by Bruno Moinard
This sophisticated sofa is inspired by the 1950's. It embodies French chic perfectly, in both its silhouette and its upholstery. Its fleshy and soft design, entirely round, invites you to relax and enjoy. Available in a multitude of elements, it offers great modularity and is infinitely customizable. The lightness of the design, the geometry of the forms and the nobility of the materials used (fine brushed brass tubes, thick looped fabric) make this sofa a coherent piece of furniture. It also allows for the association of forms and materials, mixing sobriety and elegance. ...
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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.
Upholstered in Paris Paname fabric. Seat cushions in HR foam 40 kg/m3 and cotton batting. Back cushions in foam 18S and cotton batting. Lumbar cushions in 100% goose and duck feathers. Structure in solid fir wood and pine plywood. XL cross-webbing elastic straps suspension. Crossbar base in metal, brushed brass finish. Also available in other dimensions.
Manufactured in Europe.
Consisting of: One large wave unit, left L. 213 x H. 77 x D. 111 cm + one armless chair, right L. 90 x H. 77 x D. 95 cm + one large wave unit, right L. 213 x H. 77 x D. 111 cm
Other versions available in the showroom:
3-seat sofa - W. 217 x H. 77 x D. 111 cm
Large armchair - W. 117 x H. 77 x D. 95 cm
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.
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