Key facts

Ligne Roset >
Didier Gomez >
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Manufacturer groups :
Seating-Sofas >
Lounge area/Waiting room-Lounge sofas >
Seating-Sofas >
Lounge area/Waiting room-Lounge sofas >


The prime objective of the Mostra bed-sofa is to optimise the usage and quality of the sleep area on a day-to-day basis whilst offering the visual charm and comfort of a 'real' sofa. Aesthetics and comfort join forces to cause the user to forget that this successfully-proportioned settee conceals an ultra-performing mechanism to more than meet the demands of daily use.To make delivery easier it is supplied in disassembled form, in 2 packs: one for the mechanism, seat and back cushions, and the other for the sides, front and backrest.

Panels of tri-ply clad in polyether foam 60 kg/m3 - 7.8 kPa and polyester quilting 100 g/m2.

Suspension of seat via the criss-cross elastic webbing of the slatted base and the mattress. Suspension of back via elastic webbing. Seat cushions in high resilience polyurethane Bultex foam 38 kg/m3 - 3.6 kPa and 30 kg/m3 - 1.8 kPa, clad in polyester quilting 100 g/m². Back cushions in Bultex foam 30 kg/m3 - 1.8 kPa with integral lumbar in Bultex foam 38 kg/m3 - 3.6 kPa clad in polyester quilting 200 g/m². Seat and back cushions remain fixed to the mechanism and retract beneath the sleep platform when this is opened effortlessly thanks to the assisted mechanism. Patented Lampolet assisted mechanism: grey-lacquered steel frame, trellis base in thermo-soldered, non-deformable steel with sprung reinforced intertwined webbing at the foot. Mattress retainers at head and foot. 14 cm thick sprung mattress 140 x 196. Steel pocket springs ø 1.8 mm. Coated in high resilience polyurethane foam 30 kg/m3 - 1.8 kPa clad in polyester quilting 100 g/m². Quilted 100% cotton ticking (ecru-coloured) with lateral perforations. Height of sleep area 56 cm.

Single-needle stitching and baguette stitching highlight the lines of this model. Back cushions with detailing to outline the integral lumbar cushion. All cushions have removable covers.

A monocolour model for which almost all covering materials (NB except technical impossibilities) may be used.