Biggest sofa in the world!

The sofa is created and designed by ‘de Sade’. The sofa is made with the same element over and over again. You can by zipping together parts and parts you can end by having the biggest sofa in the world. I don’t now maybe do a complete tour of the world. The manufacturer ‘de Sade’ is from Switzerlandand he has done the most amazing sofa for your multi functional use.

The furniture sofa is best for a space where you have to wait. For example if you wait in a hotel lobby, or waiting for the door to open at an interview. The multifunctional sofa is very good for your interior design. The sofa will take any form you want from a winding form to a semicircle one, or why not the classic straight form. The sofa comes in two models, the white model, and black model. The model is so modern looking, that you could redecorate a room, only by throwing everything out and stuffing in the immense sofa! It just takes that to give a modern touch to the room design.

The sofa dimension:  overall dimension, width 4000 mm, depth 2300 mm, height 740 mm. If you do have a lot of friends the sofa is the best way to solve problems with the sitting area in your home. The sofa is made for your relaxation, it is very soft and fluffy. You could fall into a deep, relaxed coma only by touching it.



Published by in Sofa and Chair, on March 27th, 2012

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