The Sister Ray Sofa and Chaise Longue are part of the Diesel Living collection of furniture designed by Diesel in collaboration with Moroso. The sofa is made of a thin moulded shell structure finished with oversized cushions. The large and soft cushions and the extra depth of the sofa both enhance the comfort and mark a great contrast with the lightness of the structure. Wooden hexagonal feet add a touch of mechanical edge to an elegant feminine shape. This is an elegant and comfortable sofa suitable for both private and public spaces
The Sister Ray Sofa and Chaise Longue are available in different fabric options in addition to the versions illustrated here. Please see the Product Tech Sheet for more details and contact us for more information on available options and advice on fabrics.
The Diesel brand needs little introduction. Contemporary, urban and edgy, the Diesel lifestyle is rock-and-roll with a dash of Italian style. Diesel Living is a range of lifestyle products designed by Diesel in collaboration with leading brands including Moroso for furniture, Foscarini for lighting and Seletti for accessories.
Moroso is, without doubt, one of the best furniture brands in the world. Under the creative direction of Patrizia Moroso, the brand combines its manufacturing expertise (especially in sofas and seating) with creative input from leading designers such as Patricia Urquiola, Ron Arad and Nendo to create a broad range of furniture of unmatched quality and creativity. Moroso products work well for both private and public spaces and are ideal for making a strong design statement.
- Designed by Diesel in collaboration with Moroso
- Measurements: variable depending on the multiple configurations
- Materials: elements in stress-resistant flame-retardant polyurethane foam in varied densities and polyester fibre on wood frame; feet in ash varnished screwed to structure; cushions in goose down
- Covers: available in multiple fabric options. The covers are removable
- Made in Italy - custom made to order
- Delivery: approximately 4 – 6 weeks