Seracs by Fredericia Furniture



Designer Alredo Häberli
Launched in 2007
Architonic id 1065513

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Seracs modular sofa was designed in 2007 by Alfredo Häberli. Alfredo Häberli was born in Buenos Aires in Argentina in 1963, but moved to Switzerland in 1977, where he trained as an industrial designer at the Höhere Schule für Gestaltung in Zürich, graduating in 1991. Since 1993 he has had his own design studio, with his most famous works being the stripy porcelain he designed for the Finnish company Iitalla, furniture for Moroso and furnishings for stores such as the Camper store in Paris and the Kvadrat showroom in Milan. Mr Häberli has taught at design schools throughout Europe and the United States, and has participated as a host of exhibitions worldwide. He has also received a number of prestigious awards for his work.

With many possible combinations, the sofa is constructed according to user’s personal taste. Seracs consists of five modules that can be arranged as desired. Whether your living room is long and narrow, a perfect square, or made up of oblique angles, the Seracs sofa from FREDERICIA is certain to fit in perfectly.

Each of the modules be individually upholstered with leather or fabric, then mounted on the painted counterweighted base.

Wooden frame, plinth in optional colour, hand upholstered in chromium or vegetable tanned leather from the Fredericia Furniture collection of leathers, or fabrics.
Build your personal Seracs from the five separate modules:
4510 zoning: W: 12 cm, D: 90 cm, H: 70 cm, Sh: 37 cm
4520 armrest: W: 25 cm, D: 90 cm, H: 70 cm, Sh: 37 cm
4530 deposit: W: 25 cm, D: 90 cm, H: 70 cm, Sh: 37 cm
4540 seating: W: 85 cm, D: 90 cm, H: 70 cm, Sh: 37 cm
4550 seating: W: 60 cm, D: 90 cm, H: 70 cm, Sh: 37 cm

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