Hay’s Pandarine sofa combines an elegant, lounge-inspired design with irresistible softness and an original, customizable structure. The 3-seater sofa, designed by Inga Sempé, is incredibly plush yet graceful, delicate and sophisticated – the designer didn’t want the sofa to look too massive even in a smaller space.

Perhaps the most intriguing feature of the Pandarine sofa is its folding backrest: it is possible to bend the cushions backward so that everyone can sit, lie and lounge on the sofa just the way they like. This also affects the sofa’s look, making it appear more bed-like for napping or guests that stay over. The sofa also features tubular armrests that add an open lounge feel to the design and, at the same time, act as comfortable neck pillows – perfect for the aforementioned naps.


Pandarine 3-seater, cylindrical, maroon red - Raas 562



1–2 months


255 cm
98 cm
93,5 cm
Seat depth
63,5 cm
Seat height
42 cm
Frame material
FSC-certified plywood, spruce wood
Suspension system
Nozag springs
Seat cushion
Polyurethane foam, wadding
Backrest cushion
Polyurethane foam, a mix of feather and silicone balls
Upholstery fabric
Kvadrat Raas 562: 92% wool, 8% nylon
Abrasion resistance
100 000 Martindale
Base material
Maroon red stained oak
The sofa comes with matching textile sleeves for the legs that can be mounted separately.

Inga Sempé

Inga Sempé (b. 1968) is a French designer who graduated from ENSCI-Les Ateliers (French National Institute for Advanced Studies in Industrial Design, Paris) in 1993. She has designed furniture, lighting, objects and fabrics for companies such as Cappellini, Luceplan, Ligne Roset, Alessi, Svensk Tenn, Wästberg, Hay and Magis. Sempé's designs have been exhibited extensively across the world, and she has won several international design awards including the Grand Prix de la Création de la ville de Paris, a design prize awarded by the City of Paris, in 2003 and the Red Dot Design Award in 2007.

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