S 5000 by Gebrüder T 1819
Armchair, daybed, chaise lounge or sofa - a wide range of variations characterize program 5000. James Irvine has reinterpreted a type of sofa that was already a part of the Gebrüder T 1819 program in the 1930s: the archetype of a minimalist sofa with a bent tubular steel base. A variable program resulted through subtle interventions, based on a simple, intelligent design idea: the ""modular principle."" Up to four identical upholstery elements are placed on the standard base element as armrests or backrests at the owner's discretion. This idea opens up a broad range of uses and large selection of different versions.
Armchair and two- or three-seat sofas. Base frame and armrest/backrest bracket chrome-plated tubular steel. Simple assembly with Allen key. Backrest elements in two different heights. Covered in leather or fabric, removable. The coffee table S 5010 matches this program.
Product group: Seating Relaxing Chaise longues Armchairs Recamieres Sofas modular 2-seater 3-seater open base open base open base with armrests with armrests with seat upholstered with seat and backrest upholstered with seat and backrest upholstered with seat and backrest upholstered with base in steel with base in steel with base in steel with sled base with sled base with sled base
Designer: James Irvine
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