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Sofa series for the luxurious feeling of laziness

The Develius sofa series by & Tradition was created by Dutch designer Edward van Vliet, who was inspired, among other things, by large cushions and chaise longue furniture. Vliet wanted to create a series that allows the user to create their own individual comfort zone with the help of different modules according to their own ideas and needs. The Develius Sofa series celebrates the luxurious feeling of lounging.

As a corner sofa is Develius particularly flexible and can be put together for small, modern city apartments as well as for large living rooms with space for the whole family.

Modules in different sizes, shapes and colors

The sofa series consists of various modules with and without armrests, which vary in size and shape from rectangular to square. The base seems to float above the ground, creating a light appearance. All modules consist of a wooden frame and upholstery made of HR foam and polyester. Covers are available in different variants and colors, which allows to customize the sofa even more. Same-colored but also contrasting modules can be combined to create the personal feel-good sofa. Metal clamps connect the modules and provide a stable, secure hold. Stools and matching cushions complete the series.

The sofa is available in other colors and fabrics on request.



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Item no.153329
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Seat height42 cm
For outdoor useNo
Please note:The colour and brightness of the delivered product might differ from the image shown in the online shop! If you'd like to see the fabrics before you buy the product, we'll gladly send you a sample!
DetailsArmrest height 60 cm
  • Cover: Velvet 1 (forest)
  • Inside material
  • Plywood
  • Upholstery
  • CMHR foam (fire retardant)
ColourDark green
DimensionsHeight: 70 cm, Depth: 150 cm, Length: 309 cm
Weight135 kg (without packaging)
Height adjustableNo
DesignEdward van Vliet