Design Objects - The bed RUCHE’ (2011) designed by Inga Sempé

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Model Ruché brings together the unusual and the traditional, beautifully merging soft welcoming curves with rigorous straight lines.

The bed Ruché is lifted from the ground and placed on a fine structure in massive wood. It is upholstered with a duvet filled with polyester and hyperflexible polyurethane foam.

The headboard and frame are dressed in distinctive quilting, a stitch of padding made using a cross-hatching of interrupted seams, the fabric gathers in places, taking the name Ruché (from FR it stays for a gathered or pleated fabric usually used as decoration detail on clothes). The highly sophisticated execution of the quilting is achieved by a programmed sewing robot.


The covers are proposed in different plain fabrics: velours, wools, microfibres and leathers. The headboard cover is not removable.

The bed Ruchè is available in three sizes (140x200, 160x200, and 180x200 cm), with headboard in two heights (h119 and h79 cm), and two bases (h42 or h27 cm). The base is offered in 3 finishes at choice: matt varnished natural beech, anthracite-stained beech, and red-stained beech.


Wishing, we can complete the ambient with other articles from the same collection: a 2-seat and 3-seat sofas, asymmetric armchair with left or right armrest, an asymmetric chaise-longue with left or right armrest and a small table, a pouf, and even a nightstand.



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