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Delphi Sofa

The Delphi is available in the following configurations: 2 seater sofa, 3 seater sofa, 4 seater sofa and above, chaise lounge sofa and corner sofa.

 

With regards to materials, this modern sofa is available in fabric or leather upholstery.

 

Delphi was designed by the Swiss designer Hannes Wettstein in 2007. The sofa equals quality and minimalistic design and is the epitome of a true Erik Joergensen sofa, with beautiful upholstery details and stitching, and the possibility of choosing to have the plinth made in leather, fabric or oak.

 

 

Foam: Cold cured foam, “visko-elastic” foam and Rhombo-Fill.

Covers: Removable in fabric. Fixed in leather.

Legs: Polished aluminum, natural or oiled oak, smoke stained oak.

Plinth: The plinth is available in leather against extra charge.

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EJ 450-E1-L/R

EJ 450-E1-L/R

 

EJ 450-E1-L

EJ 450-E1-L

 

EJ 450-E1-R

EJ 450-E1-R

 

EJ 450-E2

EJ 450-E2

 

EJ 450-E3

EJ 450-E3

 

EJ 450-E3

EJ 450-E3

 

EJ 450-E4

EJ 450-E4

 

EJ 450-E5

EJ 450-E5

 

EJ 450-E6

EJ 450-E6

 

EJ 450-E6

EJ 450-E6

 

EJ 450-E7

EJ 450-E7

 

EJ 450-E10

EJ 450-E10

 

EJ 450-E11

EJ 450-E11

 

EJ 450-E12

EJ 450-E12

 

EJ 450-E13

EJ 450-E13

 

EJ 450-E14-L/R

EJ 450-E14-L/R

 

EJ 450-E14-L

EJ 450-E14-L

 

EJ 450-E14-R

EJ 450-E14-R

 

EJ 450-E15

EJ 450-E15

 

EJ 450-16

EJ 450-16

 

EJ 450-E20

EJ 450-E20

 

EJ 450-E21

EJ 450-E21

 

EJ 450-E22

EJ 450-E22

 

EJ 450-E23

EJ 450-E23

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Designer

Hannes Wettstein

SWITZERLAND (1958-2008)

Hannes Wettstein is viewed as one of the most innovative and esteemed designers in Switzerland. In 1991 he founded his own firm, which soon expanded and took on assignments both locally and around the world. Hannes Wettstein also taught at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich and was later appointed as professor at Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design. Since his death in 2008, Studio Hannes Wettstein has carried on his work led by designer and Architecht Stephan Hürlemann. In 2016, the company changed its name to Hürlemann.

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