As an iconic silhouette with a curved outline and upholstered in a range of sensuous materials that simply beckon you to settle down and chill, the Rotondo modular sofa is a flagship piece of furniture conceived by our design studio. A versatile chameleon sofa that seduces its beholders with its retro seventies look and set of modules that can be mixed and matched as desired! Fireside chair, corner module and even footstools can be put together — or arranged separately — to fit in with all kinds of home interior. There is a world of possible decorations that The Socialite Family invites you to play and experiment with, regarding both the furnishings in your home and the atmosphere you want to infuse it with. Looking for a speakeasy style? Our two lounge seats can be positioned to face each other, with an occasional table placed in between as a centrepiece. In rooms such as your bedroom, this table can also stand alone to recreate a peaceful, intimate reading corner. As a piece of family furniture, our Rotondo sofa has four —or five — modules to move around as a pool sofa, with the help of two corner seats for the more adventurous among you! Finally, if you want to be playful, you can also surprise visitors by putting our lounge seats in your living room back to back for an original and symmetrical seating arrangement. As you will have seen, our signature creation can be freely assembled and disassembled to meet your every wish!
Our modular Rotondo sofa with its various modules that can be mixed and matched as desired are now available on The Socialite Family online shop, in our high street store at 12 rue Saint-Fiacre (Paris – 2nd arrondissement) and in our own corner of the 4th floor at BHV MARAIS, 52 rue de Rivoli (Paris – 1st arrondissement).
Looking for a speakeasy style? Our two lounge seats can be positioned to face each other, with an occasional table placed in between as a centrepiece.
As a piece of family furniture, our Rotondo sofa has four —or five — modules to move around as a pool sofa.
Photography : Constance Gennari – Valerio Geraci – Text : Juliette Bruneau @thesocialitefamily