Probably the most legendary sofa ever designed, the DS600 by Ueli Berger & Eleonore Peduzzi Riva and manufactured by De Sede, Switerland 1972. The DS600, also known as the Tatzelwurm, Snake or ‘das Nonstop-Sofa,’ is a masterpiece in the world of sofas. This version consisting of 22 elements comes with rare chestnut leather and a dark brown felt back, and it’s in fantastic original condition, showing a gentle aging process but no damaging, cracks or tears.
The DS600 is a remarkable and trough modular system, made up of separate armchair elements that offer ultimate comfort. With a combination of down lining and leather upholstery, it provides an unbeatable lounging experience. You can easily connect the elements to one another with a plug-in hinge.
De Sede traces its roots back to a small saddler’s workshop in Klingnau, Switzerland. Skilled craftsmen dedicated themselves to transforming high-quality leather into exceptional seating furniture. With years of experience and hard work, they created handcrafted leather pieces of remarkable quality. In 1965, the family-owned business transitioned into a joint-stock company known as de Sede AG while staying true to their original principles. The company experienced rapid growth from that point onward.
They enlisted top-notch designers, expanded manufacturing facilities, and established an international distribution network. Their designs skilfully blended traditional Swiss craftsmanship with modern sophistication, earning the brand a global reputation.
|Designer:||Ueli Berger & Eleonore Peduzzi Riva|
|Holland / Belgium:||€ 50|
|Europe:||€ 150 - 1000|
|Outside Europe:||€ 1000 - 2000|