To complete the sofa, select a matching frame configuration or find your desired frame sections and linking brackets and add their item numbers separately to your order to complete the sofa. For this, kindly refer to the In Situ Modular Sofa Guidelines below. Designed by Anderssen & Voll
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- Price Group A: Ocean
- Price Group B: Colline, Fiord, Re-Wool, Sabi,
- Price Group C: Divina, Divina MD, Divina Melange, Hallingdal
- Price Group E: Clay, Ecriture, Twill Weave, Vidar
- Leather Group R: Easy Leather
- Leather Group T: Refine Leather
- Leather Group U: Endure Leather
Materials: Modules in a wood construction with foam, wadding, and fiberballs. Upholstered in textiles.
|Height:||70cm, 27.56 inches|
|Width:||99cm, 38.98 inches|
|Depth:||107cm, 42.13 inches|
|Seat height:||38cm, 14.96in|
|Seat depth:||74cm, 29in|
|Armrest height:||22cm, 8in|
In Situ Modular Sofa Guidelines
1. SEATING MODULES
Find the seating modules of your desired configuration and add the item numbers of the desired textile separately to your order. You can only connect modules to the open sides and end of the modules. An In Situ configuration must always have one of the following seating modules at each end: Armrest Module (A80, B80, H98 or I98), Ottoman Module (D80) or Open-Ended Module (F98 or G98). The Ottoman Module (D80) can only be used in the extension of Open-Ended Modules (F98 or G98) or as the only free-standing 1-Seater configuration possible to build.
2. FRAME SECTIONS
Choose the frame section(s) that match the seating modules of the desired configuration (10 frame sections to choose from in total). We recommend using as few frame sections as possible when creating your own configuration for a clean appearance. A Frame Corner Section must always be supported by sections in the two open directions. A configuration with chaise longue modules H98 or I98 must be created using at least 2 sections in total.
3. LINKING BRACKETS
Identify the amount of linking brackets required to connect the modules in your configuration, following the guidelines below. Linking brackets must always be used when joining together frame sections. Linking brackets must always be mounted on the adjacent sections that face the corner section.
Specify optional cushions in the desired textile for added comfort and a lounging expression.