Vintage 'Terrazza' Landscapes living room set in burgundy leather by Ubald Klug for De Sede

Poland
€37,000.00
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About this vintage design furniture

Ubald Klug for De Sede, pair of DS-1025 'Terrazza' landscape sofa elements, leather, Switzerland, 1970s. Waterfall shaped sofas in burgundy leather by the Swiss manufacturer De Sede. The design for this sofa was inspired by mountains and especially the Alps. This design resembles a terraced hill with widths and depths that vary in tapering steps. Both playful and opulent; the design of this landscape is simply spectacular. The leather upholstery shows a beautiful patina that adds to its overall character. De Sede once started as a saddler's workshop in Klingnau, Switzerland. Slowly, the company widened their Scope and committed themselves to transforming the best possible leather into seating furniture. In 1965 the family-run business grew into a professional company and their name was De Sede AG. DeSede products are detail-obsessed with the main focus on the people who own and use them. Therefore, all the DeSede items are made out of the best materials which results in durability and comfort. Reference : 279708

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Features

Length
151 cm
Height
65 cm
Depth
84 cm
Seat height
35 cm
Designer
Ubald KLUG
Condition
Excellent
Style
Modernist
Period
1970s
Origin
Sweden
Colour
Brown
Secondary colour
Brown
Main material
Leather

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  • Shipped from : Poland
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    • 2 to 5 weeks for bulky products
  • Return possible: up to 14 days after delivery

About the designer

Ubald KLUG

Ubald Klug was an Austrian industrial designer, born on October 10, 1933 in Vienna and died on May 8, 2017. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, where he was trained in sculpture and industrial design.

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