Pandarine sofa

design Inga Sempé, 2020

Pandarine 3-seater reclining armrests – fabric : Lola Navy (price group 2) – base : maroon red – buy

Inga Sempé’s Pandarine Sofa fuses the luxurious comfort of a bed with the versatility of a modular sofa in an elegant and versatile design. 

The armrests come either in a cylindrical form, or with a reclining design that can be adjusted individually in the same wayas the metal-hinged backrests. This gives Pandarine the ability to transform into a unified, mattress-like surface where the backrests serve as huge, soft pillows. 

Constructed using a combination of Nozag springs, foam, and wadding, Pandarine is designed to provide exceptional comfort in any number of sitting or lying positions. 

Available in two- and three-seater versions with options for additional chaise longues and corner modules, its range of textiles and configurations give it great flexibility for use in a variety of private and public contexts.

 fabric Mode Clavicle 009

customize your sofa

deposit for free samples
95 €

fabric Mode 9 (price group 1) + oiled walnut legs

fabric Harald 823 (price group 4) + chromed legs

2-seater – cylindrical armrests
170 x D98 x H91 cm
from 3459 €

2-seater – reclining armrests
170 x D98 x H91 cm
from 3899 €

fabric Mode 9 (price group 1) + chromed legs

fabric Raas 562 (price group 4) + red stained oak legs

3-seater – cylindrical armrests
255 x D98 x H91 cm
from 4179 €

fabric Lola Navy (price groupe 2) + black stained oak

3-seater – reclining armrests
255 x D98 x H91 cm
from 4599 €

fabric Swarm multi colour (price group 1) + chromed steel legs

3-seater chaise longue – mixed armrests
263 x D150 x H91 cm
from 5919 €

fabric Lint beige (price group 1) + oiled oak legs

3-seater chaise longue – cylindrical armrests
263 x D150 x H91 cm
from 5699€

The Angle and Chaise longue modules can be used in order to create multiple compositions: please contact us.

Inga Sempé

Inga Sempé is a French designer who lives and works in Paris. A graduate of the Ecole Nationale Superieure de Création Industrielle (ENSCI) in Paris (1993), she also took up a scholarship at the Villa Medici, Académie de France in Rome (2000 - 2001). She was awarded the Red Dot Design Award in 2007. 

Her work is known for a lightness of touch, for a strong personality and for a particularly tactile nature. The idea of everyday use is at the centre of Sempé’s approach and she often seeks out materials with special properties to answer the need of a daily function. 

For HAY, she has created the idiosyncratic accessories Letter Box, Pinorama Ruban, Panier and Matin Table Lamp.