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With its no-nonsense, German-made metal frame inspired by the tradition of the Bauhaus, New Tendency's Standard Sofa features a modern, clean aesthetic with a focus on function.
Crafted with Norwegian-made Vidar 3 textile by Raf Simons, produced by Kvadrat, the sofa has a durability score of 100,000 Martindale, meaning it's suitable for even high-use commercial applications.
- New Tendency, Germany (2018)
- Made in Germany
- Matte powder coated aluminum frame
- Upholstered in Vidar 3 fabric by Raf Simons for Kvadrat, 94% New wool, 6% Nylon, 100,000 Martindale durability
- Width 170cm / 66.9"
- Depth 74cm / 29"
- Height 81cm / 31.9"
New Tendency is a Berlin-based design studio that applies Modernist design principles onto contemporary objects of the everyday. In Bauhaus tradition, New Tendency creates products characterized by conceptual design, clean aesthetics and functional form, handcrafted in Germany. The collection of furniture and accessories develops under the creative direction of Manuel Goller and consists of original products as well as collaborations with selected designers and architects such as Clemens Tissi amongst others.