Although small spaces — and solutions for living in them comfortably — are experiencing unprecedented popularity at the moment, it doesn’t eliminate the necessity to dream a little every now and then.
Swiss furniture makers de Sede show no signs of downsizing their visions for modular seating; in fact, the highly adaptable nature of some of their designs make them relevant in homes of any size.
In particular, the DS 600, which we covered in a recent link roundup (and which is shown above) can be lengthened with an infinite number of added modules, but on the contrary, it can also fit beautifully into a small, oddly-shaped space.
The DS 600′s counterparts, the DS-1064 (featured in this post’s main image) with movable backrests and the 1264 (below) with no fewer than 15 exchangeable parts available for purchase, also push the bounds of convention with their seemingly endless array of potential shapes.
Perfect for both a sprawling estate with luxurious square footage and a small loft with unconventional dimensions, de Sede’s creations exhibit a versatility unmatched by many of its contemporaries. Perhaps it’s the rarefied Swiss air, or maybe the country’s world-famous chocolate has inspirational properties — whatever the reason for their boundless creativity, we can’t wait to see what the minds behind de Sede think of next.
Photo credits: de Sede