Perhaps De Sede's most famous design the modular format DS600 Non Stop sofa, is composed of individual pieces that zip together and can be shaped into a variety of configurations, and is an icon of 1970s design. Created in 1972 by in house Design trio Heinze Ulrich, Ueli Beregere, Elenora Peduzzi-Riva and Klaus Vogt of De Sede, Swiss makers of sleek luxury Designer furniture since 1965. Flexible snaking modular seating of ‘vertibral’ construction it is extremely coveted and collectable this is a 7 slice Non Stop that can be built out with extra modules or kept as is. This is in need of refurbishment and as such can be sold as is or reupholstery can be quoted for!
Fabrication: Timber core frame, foam and self-plumping cushioning, smooth buttery leather upholstery in brown with co-ordinating suede sides. 7 seat modules completed with left and right armrest modules. The modules connect via rotating bolts and zippers.