Standard configuration: Legs A: sanded aluminium. Foot cap in core leather natural/whisky.
Seams leather: Crossed bend leather cording natural/whisky. For further versions, see options. If not specified otherwise, the standard configuration will be confirmed.
Construction: Load-bearing construction made of beech and board material.
Upholstery: Seat: Micro spring core, SEDEX upholstery and SEDE-Lux covering.
Seams leather: Crossed bend leather cording natural/whisky or black. Other coloured cordings with de Sede leather straps in all DS leather colours available on request, subject to a surcharge. Double seam with price reduction available on request.
Legs version A: Leg A: burnished aluminium. Foot cap in core leather natural/whisky or black. Glides in black for hard and soft floor coverings.
Legs version B: Leg B available on request in high-gloss chrome plating or other coatings, subject to a surcharge. Glides for hard and soft floor coverings
Function DS-0102/21: Tilt mechanism, rotary plate leather-covered and swivelling.
Note: Folds and creases will inevitably develop as the product is used.
de Sede has its origins in a small but skilled saddler’s shop in Klingnau, Switzerland. The team of artisans is committed to transforming the best possible leather into design seats. Their years of experience and diligence have enabled them to create unique quality handmade leather chairs, armchairs and sofas. In 1965, the family-owned company became a joint-stock company called de Sede AG, but remained true to the original guiding principles.
The company developed rapidly and from now on:
– The best designers of international caliber were involved to create seating furniture,
– Additional production plants were opened
– An international distribution network has been created.
Sophisticated designs that cleverly integrate traditional and precise Swiss workmanship quickly earned the brand an international reputation.
Today, de Sede AG presents itself as a leading manufacturer of exclusive leather furniture. From the original small workshop, a company has emerged that employs over 110 people and distributes furniture to more than 69 countries, including the United States and Russia, GCC countries, and even emerging markets like China and Brazil.