Completely modular soft seating solution. DOLMEN is based on angular elements and offers an infinite choice of customisable shapes, sizes, looks, colours… Dimensions: Various Delivery time: 12 – 14 weeks Applications: Commercial Finish: Fabric (removable covers) or leather Manufacturer: Ferlea, www.ferlea.com Designer: Enzo Berti
November 21st, 2008
Completely modular soft seating solution. DOLMEN is based on angular elements and offers an infinite choice of customisable shapes, sizes, looks, colours…
Delivery time: 12 – 14 weeks
Finish: Fabric (removable covers) or leather
Manufacturer: Ferlea, www.ferlea.com
Designer: Enzo Berti
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