Vienna Sectional Sofa

Designed by:  Jean Nouvel
Manufactured by:  Wittmann

Vienna is dominated by a radical line. Precisely for the effect of this reduction is the greatest perfection in the implementation important. Elementalism is a central concept of Jean Nouvel's philosophy -Vienna stands for the clear elegance of his architecture. The elements of the series, optionally with narrow or wide arm parts, can be combined in many different ways, which makes them suitable for use in a wide range of residential or commercial areas. Manufactured by Wittmann.

Elements can be combined to create a variety of combinations and sizes.  Please contact Switch Modern for details (404-605-0196 or info@switchmodern.com).
Elements
34.3" D, 30.7" H
Seat Height:  15.7"
Arm Height:  22"

$9,759 and higher - Fabric
$13,473 and higher - Leather
Designed by:  Jean Nouvel
Manufactured by:  Wittmann

Vienna is dominated by a radical line. Precisely for the effect of this reduction is the greatest perfection in the implementation important. Elementalism is a central concept of Jean Nouvel's philosophy -Vienna stands for the clear elegance of his architecture. The elements of the series, optionally with narrow or wide arm parts, can be combined in many different ways, which makes them suitable for use in a wide range of residential or commercial areas. Manufactured by Wittmann.

Elements can be combined to create a variety of combinations and sizes.  Please contact Switch Modern for details (404-605-0196 or info@switchmodern.com).
Elements
34.3" D, 30.7" H
Seat Height:  15.7"
Arm Height:  22"

$9,759 and higher - Fabric
$13,473 and higher - Leather
$9,759.00 and higher
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Designed by:  Jean Nouvel
Manufactured by:  Wittmann

Vienna is dominated by a radical line. Precisely for the effect of this reduction is the greatest perfection in the implementation important. Elementalism is a central concept of Jean Nouvel's philosophy -Vienna stands for the clear elegance of his architecture. The elements of the series, optionally with narrow or wide arm parts, can be combined in many different ways, which makes them suitable for use in a wide range of residential or commercial areas. Manufactured by Wittmann.

Elements can be combined to create a variety of combinations and sizes.  Please contact Switch Modern for details (404-605-0196 or info@switchmodern.com).
Elements
34.3" D, 30.7" H
Seat Height:  15.7"
Arm Height:  22"

$9,759 and higher - Fabric
$13,473 and higher - Leather

Wittmann

Featuring some of the most innovative designs in furniture for seating and reclining, Wittmann products are steeped in strikingly modern Austrian traditions that date back through generations. Precision craftsmanship and fine quality materials fulfill the vision of each forward-thinking designer who has contributed to a long line of groundbreaking creations. Armchairs that stand alone as art pieces, like the Allegasse, from a 1912 design by Josef Hoffmann, flow naturally into new classics, like the AK12 Armchair by Adolf Kirschanitz. Find sofas, occasional tables, and more, all manufactured to Wittmann’s exacting standards, and available through Switch Modern.

Jean Nouvel

Jean Nouvel (born 1945 in Fumel, France) studied at the Ecole nationale superieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, earning his degree in 1972. He worked with François Seigneur and Gilbert Lezenes for nearly a decade and co-founded the French Architectural Movement “Mars 1976.” The following year he co-founded the Syndicat de l'architecture, a French labor union created for architects. Nouvel continued to be active in the French design community in the '80s and '90s, establishing Ateliers Jean Nouvel in 1994 and designing a number of objects for manufacturers like Alessi and Wittmann. Among the most famous buildings designed by Jean Nouvel include the Institut du Monde Arabe, Fondation Cartier, and Musee du quai Branly in Paris; the Opera de Lyon; Dentsu Tower in Tokyo; and Torre Agbar, Barcelona. In 2008, Nouvel won the Pritzker Prize, one of the world's most respected architectural honors.