DS 600 End Element with Armrest (Left/Right)

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  • The DS 600 Sofa "non-stop" sofa was designed by Ueli Berger in 1972. Named after a mythical alpine creature, the Tatzelwurm, the DS sectional sofa is composed of narrow modular elements that can be expanded to create seemingly endless shapes. It is designed to allow for a combination of varying elements, rendering it possible to create a multitude of compositions. By always using the same module, you could technically create the longest sofa in the world, and in your space, you could create your unique design based on the needs of the environment. The sofa can be configured in countless different ways - from the iconic curve (as shown), an arc form or even a straight line - and everything in between.

    Material & Feature:
    • Structure: Frame made from naturally rot resistant Merbau wood; No chemical treatment
    • Constructed of shaped polyurethane foam with 3 distinct dense layers
    • Elements are connected with plug-in metal connectors and zippers
    • Microfiber Leather, Fabric, Top Grain/Aniline/Vintage Leather upholstery (C.O.M available)
    • All materials are Flame resistant & non-toxic (Baby Friendly)
    Dimensions :
    • DS 600 End Element with Armrest (Left and Right):
      Width: 10.2" x Depth: 39.4" x Height: 29.1" x Armrest Height: 22.8"
    * All measurements are approximations.
  • Ueli Berger (1937 - 2008) was born in Berne, Switzerland. Berger was trained as a painter, decorator, and designer. He augmented his education with stays in Copenhagen and Paris. Known for his work as an artist in several media - painting, drawing, sculpture - Berger is also known for his iconic furniture designs for de Sede. Throughout his career, he held a number of academic appointments at various universities and art schools throughout Switzerland.