DS-600 “Tatzelwurm” Modular Sofa by de Sede, Switzerland, 1972, Customizable Reissue
DS-600 modular sofa designed by Ueli Berger, Eleonora Peduzzi-Riva, Heinz Ulrich, and Klaus Vogt in 1972 and manufactured by the Swiss brand de Sede.
The sofa is better known as Tatzelwurm or Snake.
The Swiss brand started its production in 1972 and quickly became a design icon.
The sofa is modular, so it is possible to assemble it in the most suitable way for a living room.
Fully customizable solution.
De Sede once started as a saddler’s workshop in Klingnau, Switzerland. The company slowly widened its Scope and committed itself to transform the best possible leather into seating furniture. In 1965 the family-run business grew into a professional company, and their name was de Sede AG. De Sede products are detail-obsessed, entirely made, and focused on the people who use them. Therefore, all the de Sede items are made of the best materials, resulting in durability and comfort.
Eleonora Peduzzi-Riva, Heinz Ulrich, Klaus Vogt, Ueli Berger
1970 to 1979
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Official reissue — this item is new but made with the original vintage design and quality.
Modular seat with backrest
Modular element with armrest
Modular seat without backrest