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freistil 132
freistil 132
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Product description

/ Sofa in the widths: 192 cm, 212 cm und 232 cm
/ Sectional sofa (le or ri) in the widths: 146 cm, 166 cm, 186 und 206 cm
/ Armchair: 91 x 88 cm
/ Closing chair with fixed footstool (le or ri): 126 cm
/ Corner unit: 88 × 88 cm
/ Upholstered bench element: 86 × 55 cm

Cushions for range
/ Back cushion: 60 x 40 cm
/ Flanged back cushion: 60 x 40 cm
/ Oblong upholstered cushion: 54 x 27 cm
/ Square upholstered cushion: 35 x 35 cm

Leg versions
/ Plastic tubular in the surface: matt chrome optics (standard foot)
/ Tubular steel leg: jet black RAL 9005
/ Steel leg: polished chrome or jet black RAL 9005
/ Tapered foot: natural oak or brown stained oak
/ Tubular steel frame: polished chrome
/ Sloping conical base: natural oak or brown stained oak
/ Solid steel leg: jet black RAL 9005
/ Double round steel leg: jet black RAL 9005 or pearl gold RAL 1036

Seat dimensions
/ Seat depth: 59 cm
/ Seat height: choice of 40 cm or 43 cm. With the tapered foot oak (even sloping conical base), solid steel leg and tubular steel leg, a seat height of 46 cm is possible.

/ The range is only suitable for velour covers to a limited extent. The fell seams and piping can lead to lines in the pile.
/ With modular systems, velour covers can lead to different pile alignments and therefore to different shine properties.
/ There are more dividing seams in leather covers than in fabric covers. Detailed information can be found in the freistil technical brochure.
/ Repeat and patterned fabrics cannot be processed with this range.
/ This range is particularly loosely upholstered, so waviness is always visible on the surface of the upholstery
/ For ergonomic reasons, only the seat area of the closing chair with fixed footstool -not the leg rest- is sprung. So if the leg rest is used as a seat it will feel much firmer.

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The design team Yonoh, which created freistil 132, is hard at work in Valencia. This city in eastern Spain is also home to Santiago Calatrava, an architect who is famous for his amorphous, futuristic buildings. The new freistil 132 sofa is like a fantasy-inspired further development of Calatrava’s design vocabulary. Art lovers and connoisseurs may even discover hints of the Art Nouveau movement in the sofa’s sculptural lines. To further explore this inspiration, we would have to go back an entire century. But if you want to research it yourself, you and your design history books can make yourselves at home on your very own freistil 132.