Delphi 2-seater sofa, brushed aluminium - cognac leather Max 95


$10,884.00 $13,605.00

Delphi 2-seater sofa
$10,884.00 $13,605.00

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Fredericia’s Delphi sofa brings luxurious elegance and well-thought-out aesthetics to a living room or lobby. The Delphi sofa features aligned, equally high armrests and backrests, resulting in an inviting, generous and perfectly supported design for sitting and lounging. The sleek metal base and small curves descending from the armrests are signature details of the otherwise simple, cushionless sofa.

This two-seater Delphi sofa is upholstered in high-quality Scandinavian aniline leather and has a brushed aluminium base. Despite its generous size, the low backrest and refined design give the Delphi sofa a timeless appearance that will easily find its place in a wide range of spaces and styles. The Delphi sofa was designed by Hannes Wettstein, one of the most respected Swiss designers of his generation.

Cognac, aluminium
205 cm
85 cm
66 cm
Seat height
37 cm
Frame material
Suspension system
Nozag springs
Seat cushion
Cold cured foam with foam duvet
Upholstery fabric
Aniline Max 95 Cognac: vegetable tanned leather from Scandinavian bull hides
Base material
Brushed aluminium
90 kg
Removable cover
Please note that genuine leather is a natural product. This means that the colour and texture may vary from product to product. Aniline leather is also the softest and most natural type of leather, and it will develop a patina over time and use.
Care instructions
Wipe with a soft, dry cloth. Remove spilled liquids immediately with a soft cloth tightly wrung in cold water. Light stains can be removed with a soft cloth, tightly wrung in water, which has been boiled and then cooled to room temperature. Avoid cleaning agents and sharp objects. For further maintenance, you can use leather cleanser or cream 1-2 times a year.
10 years

Hannes Wettstein

Hannes Wettstein (1958–2008) was a Swiss designer whose works range from product and industrial design to interior design and architecture. Wettstein founded his own studio named Zed in 1991 and co-founded the 9D Design Studio in 1993. He worked with many international brands including Artemide, Shimano and Cassina, and some of his best-known works include the interior for the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Berlin and the Swiss Embassy in Washington DC. Wettstein was considered one of the most influential designers of his generation, and he received many respected design recognitions, such as the Compasso d'Oro in 2004.

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