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  de Sede unveils selected pieces from its 2018 collection  

de Sede has come up with a new collection made up of 20 products that will be presented for the first time at IMM Cologne in January 2018. The launches include new interpretations of established, past models as well as completely new product innovations.

Some of these products were unveiled in advance. These include:

Design: Ulrich Kössl and de Sede Design Team

A suspended chaise longue to lie on. The futuristic layer DS-1000 is a constructive masterpiece and represents a new form of relaxation. Masculine and revolutionary, it invites to a new kind of lying experience: thanks to the intelligent architecture you lie on with a soft, springy feeling as if you were floating.

Knowledge, experience and passion form the basis for the de Sede Design Team under the lead of Ulrich Kössl. Original ideas and drafts are masterfully translated into reality. Familiarity, traditional craftsmanship and modern technologies are just as important as the passion for outranging quality for the natural product leather.

Design: Greutmann Bolzern

Slim, light and of simple elegance: DS-515 presents itself as an unconventional upholstered chair, designed by the design duo Greutmann Bolzern. The refined sub construction, the slender upholstery and the leather workmanship in its highest perfection, give already a hint to the high seating comfort. The young design with straight lines and beautiful details in form of cross leather lacings make DS-515 as a perfect companion at the dining table, in the home office or in the conference room. Where the stylish upholstered chair appears, it impresses with a confident performance.

Whether with or without upholstered armrests, DS-515 appeals optically light, of high comfort and with a timeless aesthetic. The upholstered chair can be used in the private as well as in the object sector. With a special cover the chair can also be installed outdoors.

Design: Bruno Fattorini

The dining table series DS-777 by Bruno Fattorini concentrates on a simple, reduced form: four stable corner legs carry the distinctive table top, which can be up to four meters long. The focus lies on the materials giving the table a revolutionary aspect. Fattorini created a new surface, especially for de Sede. Thanks to special material mixtures, it is possible to produce table-top models that have never been produced before.

The material “MARMOR CARRARA” consists of white marble dust from Carrara, which is mixed with brass flakes. The finished material looks like pure marble and for the first time enables the production of a three- to four-meter-long table in a marble look. The material “LAPIS LAZULI with BRASS” consists of brass flakes and lapis lazuli, while the material “JADE” is a mixture of jade and brass flakes.

The new DS tables are also available in “IRON” and “BRASS-IRON”. This material is made of iron or iron and brass dust. The “OAK” material variant uses old oak stocks, which are more than 2000 years old.
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