DS-60 Armchair

Designed by:  Gordon Guillaumier
Manufactured by:  de Sede

“The purist form of a boomerang, with its daring yet elegant lines, was the inspiration behind my preliminary concept for the DS-60.”  Designer Gordon Guillaumier transformed this initial idea into a fully-fledged modern armchair whose slim, airy shape allows it to fit harmoniously into both contemporary and classic environments.  Exquisite hand-crafted details, such as the visible decorative seams of its leather-clad armrests, further enhance the elegance of the design.  The stainless steel frame also conveys de Sede’s customary high standard of quality. Stainless steel frame in either polished or black matte lacquered finishes.  Seat with webbing under-springing.  Back constructed in wood.  Upholstery is SEDEX with SEDE-Fill covering. Manufactured by de Sede.  Price includes delivery to the USA.

29" W, 33" D, 30" H
Seat Height 18"
Seat Depth 21"


$ 6,370 - $ 8,730

Designed by:  Gordon Guillaumier
Manufactured by:  de Sede

“The purist form of a boomerang, with its daring yet elegant lines, was the inspiration behind my preliminary concept for the DS-60.”  Designer Gordon Guillaumier transformed this initial idea into a fully-fledged modern armchair whose slim, airy shape allows it to fit harmoniously into both contemporary and classic environments.  Exquisite hand-crafted details, such as the visible decorative seams of its leather-clad armrests, further enhance the elegance of the design.  The stainless steel frame also conveys de Sede’s customary high standard of quality. Stainless steel frame in either polished or black matte lacquered finishes.  Seat with webbing under-springing.  Back constructed in wood.  Upholstery is SEDEX with SEDE-Fill covering. Manufactured by de Sede.  Price includes delivery to the USA.

29" W, 33" D, 30" H
Seat Height 18"
Seat Depth 21"


$ 6,370 - $ 8,730

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Designed by:  Gordon Guillaumier
Manufactured by:  de Sede

“The purist form of a boomerang, with its daring yet elegant lines, was the inspiration behind my preliminary concept for the DS-60.”  Designer Gordon Guillaumier transformed this initial idea into a fully-fledged modern armchair whose slim, airy shape allows it to fit harmoniously into both contemporary and classic environments.  Exquisite hand-crafted details, such as the visible decorative seams of its leather-clad armrests, further enhance the elegance of the design.  The stainless steel frame also conveys de Sede’s customary high standard of quality. Stainless steel frame in either polished or black matte lacquered finishes.  Seat with webbing under-springing.  Back constructed in wood.  Upholstery is SEDEX with SEDE-Fill covering. Manufactured by de Sede.  Price includes delivery to the USA.

29" W, 33" D, 30" H
Seat Height 18"
Seat Depth 21"


$ 6,370 - $ 8,730

De Sede

De Sede products are designed and built to lend style and comfort to living spaces, while reinforcing harmony with nature and people. Fundamental to this philosophy is a commitment to original thinking and obsessive Swiss quality.  Beginning as a saddler’s workshop, the firm evolved to become internationally known for hand-crafted leather furniture, and still leads the way in comfortable, innovative leather seating. Today’s collection presents coordinated lines of benches, armchairs, sofas, and tables, ideal for inspired living in both commercial and residential spaces.

Gordon Guillaumier

Gordon Guillaumier (born 1966) studied industrial design at the IED, Milan from 1988 through 1991 before earning a Master's in industrial design at the Domus Academy, also in Milan. Upon completing his degree, he accepted an internship with Baleri Associati. “It began with a summer job,” Guillaumier said in an interview with Dear Magazine. “I had just finished my undergraduate studies, and I had a six-month break before the Master. So I thought I'd rather have an internship than lying all the time on the beach. And so I ended up with the small furniture manufacturer Baleri in product development.” He later opened his own design and consulting studio in 2002 in the same city where he completed his education. Over the course of his career he has collaborated with a number of popular brands including de Sede, Dornbracht Interiors, Driade, and RODA.