Rudolph by Vincent Van Duysen

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Rudolph

Rudolph by Vincent Van Duysen

After successful collaborations on tableware and outdoor furniture, Serax and Vincent Van Duysen join forces again to create a sofa collection representing the DNA of both institutions. “I thought it would be a nice idea if we could translate a custom-made product I very often produce in my projects into an edition piece. That’s how this collection started to take shape.” The name Rudolph was derived from Rudolf Michael Schindler, a major protagonist of mid-century American modernism. “I admire him a lot. The Mid-century style is very inspirational for my work; think of the typical built-in banquettes lining modern interiors. But the most significant inspiration for this collection was the sofa I have in my home in Portugal because of its proportions, lines, and the serenity you feel when looking at it or sitting on it.” The Rudolph sofa comes in a freestanding version, in a two to three-seater size, and single-seaters, with side tables in wood and marble tops. The freestanding side and centre tables complete the collection. “I chose to work with solid black or cognac tinted wood and marble for their texture, warmth, and tactility. All fabrics selected for this collection are custom made in Belgium and come in off white, beige, sand, smoke and bone color schemes. “Rudolph is an organic and super comfortable sofa range as well as extremely versatile. We are very happy with the final result, which is both very Serax and very Vincent Van Duysen.”

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