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Rosenthal Interieur - Bay

News   •   Jan 16, 2017 07:44 GMT

Rosenthal Interieur: new sofa concept Bay.

Bay sofa designed by Sebastian Herkner

A little bay to snuggle into and feel good – designer Sebastian Herkner transfers this sublime image to a stylish and relaxed sofa concept for design fans and comfort lovers. Bay captivates with an incredibly impressive wooden frame made from oiled oak and fabric cover on which loose cushions can be perfectly arranged. The modular concept allows for a wide range of combination options, and its generous seat depth, low seat height and high-quality cold foam upholstery make this sofa an ideal all-rounder for relaxing, surfing the Internet or working.

This new creation is inspired by the successful furniture range Hombre, which Burghard Vogtherr designed for Rosenthal back in 1975. Bay is available as a one-seater, two-seater or three-seater sofa or daybed in a range of fabric and leather designs.

Sebastian Herkner (born 1981) skilfully combines craftsmanship and high-tech elements in his designs. For him, good design means “combining a unique idea with function and top quality”. Born in Bad Mergentheim, Herkner has already designed pieces for Moroso, Carl Mertens, Very Wood by Gervasoni and ClassiCon,including probably his best-known design, the Bell Table, for which he was honoured with the Red Dot Design Award in 2010. For Rosenthal, the designer has created the innovative Collana and Falda vase collections as well as the multi-award-winning Meta, Mitis and Domo interior ranges.

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