Designed in 1969 but unveiled at the 1972 Cologne international furniture fair in Germany, Klaus Uredat’s sofa design involves elements that can be rearranged in a wide variety of possible configurations. The two pieces of each seat, themselves quasi-sculptural forms, are upholstered a long-pile mustard mohair velvet. From them it is possible to create a sofa, three separate seats or a daybed. Its production was limited to the years 1972-1974 and was a small-scale affair, making these a highly collectable example of twentieth century design.
In good vintage condition. Recently reupholstered in a mustard mohair long pile velvet.
Literature: Domus, April 1972
H61 W70 D106cm