The x+l Modular Sofa set comprises individual upholstered units that are available without arms, with one arm (left or right) and with both arms. Individual units can be used in different combinations to form a single seater, two or three seater sofa (illustrated in the image at the bottom of this page). Each unit has a seat cushion and a pair of back cushions. The sofa units are designed to be wide and spacious, with plenty of room for comfortable lounging.
The x+l modular sofa is upholstered in a cotton/linen blend fabric called Andaman, produced by Zanav Home. Andaman fabric is produced by hand, with the final weave done on traditional powerlooms. The fabric is dyed using vat dyeing process in which the yarn is turned manually in and out of a vat containing solubilised dyes, resulting in continuous reduction and oxidation deep into the fibre until the desired colour is achieved. The yarn picks up dye differentially, and the result is a subtle inconsistency of colour, which is the hallmark of the vat dyeing process. The fabric used in the image above is Andaman tarmac.
The legs and backrest of the sofa units are made of Burma Teak.
H 24.5 62.0 / D 35.1 89.0 / W 49.3 125.0
The x+l Modular Sofa is available only in the Andaman cotton/linen blend fabric from Zanav. The colour options we offer are Tarmac (olive green) and Plantation (a shade of khaki).
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