DS-900 Rocking Chair

Designed by:  Ini Archibong
Designed by:  Ophelie Sanga
Manufactured by:  de Sede

DS-900 takes on a new interpretation of the classic rocking chair, redefining both the shape, the function and the use. The chair takes its shape from a three-dimensional endless line, stylistically marked by a distinctive piping which also serves as a technical connecting point for all the upholstered parts. Standing steady on its feet, the furniture‘s rolling curves and generous volume surrounds the person sitting in it, opening only to the front to reveal its thin and elegant runners. The seat and back cushions uncompromisingly offer a rounded, soft comfort that remains present for every rocking position. Manufactured by De Sede.
33.5" W,  33.5" D, 30 " H
Seat height: 18"

$ 5,560 - $ 10,000
Designed by:  Ini Archibong
Designed by:  Ophelie Sanga
Manufactured by:  de Sede

DS-900 takes on a new interpretation of the classic rocking chair, redefining both the shape, the function and the use. The chair takes its shape from a three-dimensional endless line, stylistically marked by a distinctive piping which also serves as a technical connecting point for all the upholstered parts. Standing steady on its feet, the furniture‘s rolling curves and generous volume surrounds the person sitting in it, opening only to the front to reveal its thin and elegant runners. The seat and back cushions uncompromisingly offer a rounded, soft comfort that remains present for every rocking position. Manufactured by De Sede.
33.5" W,  33.5" D, 30 " H
Seat height: 18"

$ 5,560 - $ 10,000
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Designed by:  Ini Archibong
Designed by:  Ophelie Sanga
Manufactured by:  de Sede

DS-900 takes on a new interpretation of the classic rocking chair, redefining both the shape, the function and the use. The chair takes its shape from a three-dimensional endless line, stylistically marked by a distinctive piping which also serves as a technical connecting point for all the upholstered parts. Standing steady on its feet, the furniture‘s rolling curves and generous volume surrounds the person sitting in it, opening only to the front to reveal its thin and elegant runners. The seat and back cushions uncompromisingly offer a rounded, soft comfort that remains present for every rocking position. Manufactured by De Sede.
33.5" W,  33.5" D, 30 " H
Seat height: 18"

$ 5,560 - $ 10,000

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.

Ini Archibong

Ini Archibong (born 1983 in the United States) holds degrees in Environmental Design from the Art Center College of Design (Pasadena, California), where he was both an Edwards Endowed Scholar and an Outreach Grant recipient.  Besides his studies he has been an ICFF Studio winner, Best of Neocon Award winner, and was named the American Student Designer of the Year during ICFF in 2010.  The son of Nigerian emigrants to the United States, Archibong is a resident of the US, Singapore, and Switzerland.  The designer’s work respects and acknowledges the rich cultural traditions from which he comes and has experienced.  He has designed and consulted for several brands including Bernhardt Design, De Sede, Herman Miller, Cumberland, Nucraft, L’oreal, and Chrysler.