Are you swooning at trying out one of theses snake curved sofas popping up on the net now? I do. I have been observing new sofa shapes for the past two Salone del Mobile editions. They have become more of an island with seating possibilities on both sides gathering several groups and conversations.
But these s-shaped are different and I’d love to sit one day of one of these and just test them. The sofas are all made by a modular seating arrangement that conforms to pretty much any space and need. You can have a curved, round version or a s- shape.
The DS-600 sofa was designed by Ueli Berger, Eleonore Peduzzi-Riva, Heinz Ulrich and Klaus Vogt already in 1972. I guess we are then talking about an icon, the origin of today’s interpretations and a nice revival.
You can zip a number of the same element together until you have the whited size. The DS-600 comes in leather or in a soft upholstery now.
Haldane Martin sofa – Steel and Leather Modular ‘Songololo’ Sofa. This one is inspired by the design above and by nature’s creepy crawlies as the multitude of legs suggest…
The Tunisian-born French fashion designer has set up three apartments in a quiet Marais district street, right next to his own studio, shop and warehouse, in partnership with 10 Corso Como, the Milan temple of style.
I would have loved to add another image but couldn’t find its source. So, if you fancy some more inspiration, here it goes. What do you think? Do you like the retro feel?
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