Brutalist Patinated Leather Modular Corner Sofa from Musterring International, 1960s, Set of 5
This modular, leather sofa was produced by the German Musterring manufacturer during the 1960s. The sofa is completely upholstered in dark brown natural leather. It consists of five modules, including two corner ones. This configuration gives many possibilities for interior design. This piece is extremely comfortable due to deep seats and soft leather. It is a modern, high-class product in a brutalist, postmodern form. Due to raw finish, it is perfect for industrial spaces. The piece of furniture is made of the best materials, which ensures durability and comfort.
From the very beginning, from 1938, when the architect Josef Höner founded the company as a ring of exemplary cooperation – in short: Musterring’s aim was to unite industry and trade into a strong service association under one brand. Today, Musterring is an internationally known and active interior design brand that identifies itself with its regional and historical roots. Today, eighty years on, this system is still considered modern and future-oriented.
The set is in original vintage condition. The leather is covered with a natural patina, has scratches and slight pigment discolouration, marks. The three modules are 83 cm wide and 88 cm deep, and the two corner modules are 100 cm wide and 100 cm deep.
|83 × 88 × 77 cm
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