• Rolf Benz 525 RONDO

    Rolf Benz 525 RONDO

Rolf Benz 525 RONDO
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Product name:Rolf Benz 525 RONDO
Designer:This Weber

Product description:

    • Wooden inner frame
    • Nosag spring support
    • Back pad in polyurethane foam
    • Back cover quilted underneath with polyester nonwoven
    • Seat made of high-quality cold foam, built up in coordinated layers, covered with a mat consisting of 20% viscose foam and 80% microfibres and a non-woven polyester cover (Lounge Deluxe)
    • Seat made from layers of high quality cold foam with several variations in thickness and hardness available, with a polyester fleece cover (Lounge Deluxe)
    • Downy back cushion, in compartments, with filling made from 100 % microfibers (Lounge plus)
    • Seat height options 42 cm or 45 cm
    • Cast foot metal, optionally
      • Aluminium, polished
      • Smooth aluminium, powder-coated, matt:
        • RAL 9017 Traffic black
        • RAL 7022 Umbra grey

    The high-grade materials used are tested in accordance with DIN and RAL directives and subject to long-term testing. The foam materials used in our upholstered furniture are produced free of fluorochlorinated hydrocarbons.


    The Rolf Benz RONDO sectional sofa defies the outdated idea of elegance with its high, narrow and rounded back and especially soft seat and back cushions. This Lounge Deluxe seating comfort is not only pleasantly soft, but it also has a decidedly lightweight appearance. Whether as an individual sofa in three overall widths or as a combination of modular elements for individual floor plan solutions: the sofa’s graceful frame and narrow feet ensure a lightweight look and accentuate its modern, laid-back elegance. The cast aluminium feet are available in traffic black, umbra grey or polished.

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