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Sofas - Ruché contemporary-living-room

Sofas - Ruché

Ruché by Inga Sempé

Ruché incorporates an ideal blend of minimalism and sophistication, rigidity and comfort. Its name is derived from a sewing technique, in which fabric is gathered or pleated, creating a ruching effect. A thin yet strong structure-in natural varnished, anthracite, or red-stained beech-forms its foundation, upon which rests a seat whose distinct quilting lies at the heart of its design. Although it appears that the seat has simply been thrown over the structure, it is actually held to the frame. The result is simple yet fine-tuned, a harmonious union of straight lines and soft curves. An optional table surface can be incorporated into the sofa.
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