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The highly configurable DS-600 sofa by de Sede is distinctive for its flexibility and free-flowing form.

DS-600 sofa by de Sede

The DS-600 “non-stop” sofa by de Sede was created in 1972 by Swiss and German designers Ueli Berger, Eleonore Peduzzi Riva, Heinz Ulrich and Klaus Vogt.

Often referred to as the longest sofa in the world, DS-600 has a distinctive form that can snake and wind through spaces and around corners and rooms, or form circular seating settings. 

The DS-600 is composed of leather-upholstered segments that can be zipped together to create conventional and unconventional free-flowing arrangements in a vast array of configurations.