Costume Chair

The modular structure of COSTUME means that individual components can be easily replaced.
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At the heart of Costume is a body made from recycled and recyclable polyethylene produced using rotational moulding technology from furniture and car industry waste. An insert made of pocket spring cores provides the cushioning for the seat and backrest. On top of this is a thin layer of polyurethane foam. The whole is held together by a cover made of fabric that can be fastened on using tension belts and easily removed at any time. Not only does this system use much less foam in manufacturing than conventional sofas – most of the materials used can also easily be recycled.

Costume comes with a total of four different elements: the actual seating module, which can be completed with a left or right armrest and an ottoman. A connector of plastic, which is pushed into the slots on all four corners of the seat, serves to connect the pieces. Available in matching or contrasting colours, a playground for endless possibilities. The four elements can be assembled to form numerous combinations depending on requirements and space.

The cover is fully removable thanks to the elastic loops hooked into the bottom. The sofa can be easily dressed and undressed for cleaning and replacement.


This product can be further customised, please enquire for more information.


Without Arms
Width: 840mm
Depth: 860mm
Height: 760mm
Seat Height: 420mm

With Arms
Width: 930mm
Depth: 860mm
Height: 760mm
Seat Height: 420mm


This product is covered by a 2-year conditional warranty.


Our operations are carbon neutral. The local and international freight we organise to deliver this product to you will be offset through the purchase of Verified Carbon Standard carbon credits.

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