Established in 1965, de Sede is considered the Rolls Royce of the furniture industry, producing sculptural and sophisticated leather furniture that takes a Modernist leaning.
The origins of de Sede are derived from a small saddler’s workshop established in Klingau, Switzerland, where skilled craftsmen transformed leather into handcrafted seating. The company now works with a stable of renowned European designers and master craftsman who design, make and hand stitch each and every piece to exceedingly strict standards.
de Sede continually reinterprets the art of furniture producing collections defined by élégance radicale. The company uses only hides without blemishes or scars and it is one of the few manufacturers in the world to produce full-grain leather up to a thickness of five millimetres.
Did you know? De Sede chairs have served as props in two James Bond films: the S231 in “On Her Majesty’s Service” (1969) the DS2100 in “Casino Royale” (2006) and DS600 “Hunger Games” (2008)..