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Two ingeniously designed sofa elements are the great basis for one’s own and personal interpretation of interior design and furnishing concept. The individual element is reminiscent of a terrace-like, stepped slope with different widths and depths. As in the case of the interiors of the Pop Art generation, all it takes is a single building block each on the “left” and “right” to create an inviting 2-seater sofa, a seating pyramid or a little mountain range of sofas.
Born in 1932, Ubald Klug is a Swiss contemporary artist and designer. Klug trained as in interior designer, with a keen interest in architecture and sculpture. He moved to Paris in 1966, eventually becoming an interior architect and designer in his own right. With innovation his driving force, he has designed furniture, watches, textiles, glass and ceramics. Klug created furniture icons for Swiss luxury furniture crafters, de Sede. The DS-1025 design piece which is also known as the “Terazza”. It is an over-sized, cradling sofa that forms undulating mountains and valleys from tiers of stepped leather-work. Also, the DS-800 with geometric motifs and strong ornamental references.
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