What is a living room without a sofa, right? No living room is complete without a nice and comfortable sofa. You can play with colours, textures, size and shapes when picking the right sofa for your living room. But if you want something more unique and more exclusive, meet our bespoke selection below. CovetED Magazine will share with you a must-have selection of the most exquisite sofas for ultra-modern living rooms spotted at 1st dibs.
Rossana Orlandi Raw Sofa in Leather and Steel by Matteo Casalegno
Designed by Matteo Casalegno, this beautiful piece of furniture is based on a concept of contrasts of the materials: Metal, wood and leather. It gives you a unique sensation of elegant rafness with its clean geometrical forms and perfect refining of the leather
Gold Safe Sofa with Hammered Polished Brass
Imperfectio Sofa is the expression of imperfect aesthetic, the appeal of that which is authentic art that is truer to life. Imperfectio Sofa praises artisanal work as the ultimate form of art that is quite intentionally imperfect. Through its unique existence and shapes Imperfectio Sofa determines its own history. The irregularities and flaws over the manual hammered brass exposes the beauty of imperfection. Some parts are roughly asymmetrical at the surface yet comfortable and smooth in a peculiar way to excite a desire for complementing your living room.
Eclat Sofa with Genuine Leather and Polished Brass
with structure in solid wood and covered with cream grey genuine leather. Finishes with polished brass and with brass patina on base.
C&B B&B Italia Model Camaleonda Mario Bellini Brandy Cognac Leather Sofa
This model Camaleonda is a modul sofa made by Italian architect Mario Bellini and manufactured by B&B Italia. This is early 1st version with the old C&B Italian label and the original aniline leather in brandy cognac.
Vladimir Kagan “Zoe Sofa”
“Zoe sofa” by Vladimir Kagan. Newly upholstered in plush mohair upholstery.
Roche Bobois Mah Jong Modular Sofa, by Hans Hopfer and Philippe Roche, 1971
In the 1971 Hans Hopfer created the Mah Jong lounge sofa, Roche Bobois’s most recognized and iconic design. The freedom of form that this fully modular low seating system allows, broke the design mould and encouraged a completely new way of organising living spaces. 9 pillows which can be stacked in any desired combination with 4 corner back rests and 43 single back rests.
Rare Advocate Sofa by Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret ‘‘PJ-SI-42-B’’
Rare sofa in teak and faux dark brown leather from the High Court of Chandigarh (Sector 1, Capitol Complex) designed by Pierre Jeanneret and Le Corbusier. This model has a slightly sloping backrest and a solid bridge structure. According to expert studies of Chandigarh design, this model belongs to a small production of 30-100 pieces circa (standard classification “PJ-SI-42-B”). The rarity of this piece is further enhanced by the presence of a typical hand-stenciled marking on the rear crossbar that reads “GCCIW (L) – 6” probably indicating a specific section of the high court where it was originally installed in. The sofa has been reconditioned and reupholstered, it’s in excellent conditions throughout with a minor cut (2cm / 0.75in) on the upper frame of the backrest as show in the picture. Upon request it can be reupholstered.
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