Key facts

Product:
roro
Family:
roro
Manufacturer:
Brühl >
Designer:
Roland Meyer-Brühl >
Architonic ID:
1118400
Country:
Germany
Designed:
1998
Launched:
1998
Manufacturer groups :
Seating-Sofas >
Groups:
Seating-Sofas >

Product family

Concept

Extremely clever multi comfort: The variable roro/20-soft is particularly comfortable and snugly yielding thanks to its invitingly opulent upholstery – while the graceful base lends the design airiness and clarity. In comparison to roro/20-soft, both roro-medium and the more compact roro-small are more streamlined and the seating comfort is somewhat firmer. Both versions can be combined with each other.

roro elements convert effortlessly. To move from sitting upright to a reclining position, simply swing the sofa’s two swivel seats towards the front by 90 degrees, fold up the backrests and lower them to the desired position, then sit back and enjoy. For lying down or sleeping, the seats can be lowered to a fully horizontal position.

roro can be combined with matching armchairs, stools, longchairs and table modules, thus facilitating a wide range of interior scenarios. The wooden storage trays at the sides of the sofa can also be added at a later stage. roro is fitted with removable fabric or leather covers. In part also height-adjustable base frames (41 or 43 cm).

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