Sergio Rodrigues Mole Sofa and Armchair
  • Sergio Rodrigues Mole Sofa and Armchair
  • Sergio Rodrigues Mole Sofa and Armchair
  • Sergio Rodrigues Mole Sofa and Armchair
  • Sergio Rodrigues Mole Sofa and Armchair
  • Sergio Rodrigues Mole Sofa and Armchair
  • Sergio Rodrigues Mole Sofa and Armchair
  • Sergio Rodrigues Mole Sofa and Armchair
  • Sergio Rodrigues Mole Sofa and Armchair
It's hard to imagine a more inviting easychair. With its lush leather upholstery and solid conical legs, Mole offers a steadfast refuge from any kind of everyday stress. It is a maximum (and combined with the matching foodstool wickedly comfortable) counterpoint to the minimalism of Modernism. Perhaps that explains why the saucy upstart has had a place for decades in the permanent design collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. In 1961 Mole, which has also been sold under the name "Sheriff", won the Concorso Internazionale del Mobile in Italy, suddenly focusing international attention on Brazilian design.

Handmade. Frame of solid eucalyptus wood (controlled cultivation), stained, with clear varnish. Core leather webbing. Upholstery: Polyurethane with polyester fi bre, cover in leather.

81,5 x 100 x 95,5 SH 39 cm

Solid lathed hardwood frame, crossbars allowing for the passage of sole leather straps adjusted with lathed studs forming the membrane for the seat, back, and arm cushions, joined in a single piece.

The wood can have 4 different tones of brown as well as black, with a finish of flat PU varnish.
The cushion is available in leather other upholster upon consultation.

Authorised by LinBrasil.
Exclusively by ClassiCon

Design:
Sergio Rodrigues

Manufacturer:
ClassiCon