Circular Sectional colorful Sofa by Vladimir Kagan for Roche Bobois

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This Comet sectional sofa consist of five elements and is made of layers of differing density foam over wooden frames. “People enjoy it because you can play with it,” says Kagan. You could do it monochromatic or in quite contrasting colors. It becomes very personal, which is great, because color is very subjective and color is what identifies people. With the Comet Sofa, Kagan continues his decades-long tradition of creating sensuous sofas that sit in the middle of a room and allow for a wide range of seating configurations. These free-form designs have been the driving force of my designs, he says. “I like to make something that can be moved, rearranged, and al­lows you to sit in different directions.”

The sofa's, chairs and ottoman can be presented in different or any combination. One of the chairs is rotating.
Additional original removable slipcovers included.

Signed with manufacturer’s label.
Materials: Original fabric and wooden frame.

Sofa: W: 230 cm, H: 82 cm, D: 130 cm, SH: 44 cm.
Sofa: W: 300 cm, H: 82 cm, D: 140 cm, SH: 44 cm.
Chairs: W: 103 cm, H: 82 cm, D: 103 cm, SH: 44 cm.
Hocker: W: 103 cm, D: 103 cm, SH: 44 cm.

Literature: Vladimir Kagan, A Lifetime of Avant Garde Design, illustrated picture page 170-171.

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Details

  • Place of Origin
    France
  • Date of Manufacture
    2004
  • Period
    2000-2009
  • Condition
    Good
  • Wear
    Wear consistent with age and use
  • Dimensions
    29.92 in. H x 118.11 in. W x 55.12 in. D
    76 cm H x 300 cm W x 140 cm D
  • Dealer Location
    Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Number of Items
    5
  • Reference Number
    LU94256792301
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