Stylish curved sofa in the manner of Ico Parisi made in Italy in the 1950s. The Sofa has been reupholstered with a purple velvet.
This is legendary Ąžuolas Daybed, designed by Lithuanian architect Valerija Ema Cukermanienė for Vilniaus Baldų Kombinatas in 1964. Wood is refinished, seating is completely reupholstered in anthracite felt.
Midcentury modular seating group designed and produced in 1972 by COR, Germany, Marked. Smooth brown leather with an aged patina. Four modular pieces can be arranged in many configurations. Two middles pieces and two end pieces (one right and one...
This is the two-seater sofa from the 22-series by Børge Mogensen, that consists of several benches and chairs. There is no doubt that this sofa serves the people, one of the goals that Børge Mogensen sets when designing his furniture....
Gianni Songia leather and rosewood sofa and daybed
Modular lounge system from the 1970s, usable as a two-seater sofa and armchair or three-seater sofa. The backrests are loosely laid out and require a wall to support them, so the furniture cannot be placed freely in the room. The...
Stylish 1970s black leather couches, loveseats. This Belgian design features a platform base, metal ball casters and wood lattice support for the seats. Soft durable leather with vintage patina. Bolster pillows for added design and comfort.
Massio Iosa Ghini for Moroso – Newtone Canape, 1989 measurements: L 287 x D 100 x H 93 cm, seating height 45 cm colour: wool white very good used condition, little hole in the fabric, can be easily repaired special...
seating group designed by Arne Norell (Sweden) elegant, but tough design voluminous seating loose cushions in dark brown leather nice stitching details original teak frame, supports and leather cushions all in very good condition dimensions: sofa: height: 73,5 cm (seat:...
Modular seating group with 5 chairs and one corner table by Torben Lind and Ole Gjerløv-Knudsen. Solid Teak wood and blue fabric. Made by France & Son, Denmark. Measurements of one element: W 58cm (22.8 inches), d 72 cm (28.3...
Daybed in oak with later fabric and original spring cushions. Model 4311. Designed by Børge Mogensen and manufactured by Fredericia Stolefabrik, Denmark. Designed in 1958. DIMENSIONS: W. 196 cm. H. 76 cm. D. 85 cm. www.reModern.dk
De Sede three person leather sofa DS 31, Switzerland 1970. Beautiful condition with nice patina in chocolate brown leather. We have also the matching De Sede lounge chairs in stock. Very good condition World wide shipping.
The sofa is re-upholstered and has new foam With a single arm movement it will be a single sofa bed. Includes a black removable armrest.
This set of five modules by de Sede has been reupholstered in a blue velvet. The set consists of three straight and two corner modules. This vintage item has no defects, but it may show slight traces of use.
Confidential three-seater sofa in great colour, designed in 1972 by Alberto Rosselli, manufactured in Italy by Saporiti. The Confidential range is one of the first modular seating furniture for private use. A few basic modules can be used to assemble...
Rare modular seating group with foot stool and a coffee table by Horst Brüning for Kill International, Germany, 1970s. Six elements and a foot stool in cognac brown leather with a steel frame. Very good condition. Measurements: Single seat: T...
Large modernist corner sofa, designed in the 1950s by Prof. Josef Hillrbrand, manufactured by Deutsche Werkstätten München. Extremely rare piece, almost never on sale. The sofa is in its original state. The upholstery is worn and should be replaced if...
Modular lounge system from the 1970s, usable as a double sofa and armchair or triple sofa. The backrests are loosely laid out and require a wall to support them, so the furniture cannot be placed freely in the room. The...
This daybed was produced in the 1960s by Wilhelm Knoll in Germany. It has a wooden frame, two fold-out armrests with a geometric structure, and the upholstery is heavy, in multicolored beige tones with woolen fabric. The width is variable...
This German sectional sofa model PLUS 144 was designed by Friedrich Hill for Collection Walter Knoll in 1972 ( labeled at bottom ). These five free-standing seating elements can be connected with each other by metal joints in order to...