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GUBI Pacha 2 Seater Sofa - OUTDOOR - Limonta Lorkey Cream Fabric, Moss Green Base - CLEARANCE Thirty Percent Discount

Regular price $8,537.90 SGD
Regular price $12,197.00 SGD Sale price $8,537.90 SGD
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Pacha sofa designed by Pierre Paulin in 1975 for Gubi, is made weather resistant and adapted for outdoor use. Extremely contemporary, it is an ergonomic and comfortable sofa, it will make your outdoor space an oasis of well-being.

The Pacha Outdoor collection once again breaks boundaries and Pierre Paulin’s pioneering seating concept moves outdoors. A sofa that combines classic icons and the best of modern design, the rounded shape harmoniously follows the shape of your body in the seat: now the comfort and distinctive aesthetic of the indoor collection are available outside. The sofa is raised from the ground thanks to the circular base in color Moss Gray (RAL 7003), the cushions are made of water-repellent fabric resistant to weathering, fine fabrics curved and stretched over the structure with great skill. Charming exteriors require dedicated seating to define spaces and create atmosphere. Its lowered type is a rarity among the products for outdoor seating, it will certainly be a furniture of character that will stand out.

*This product is being sold at a special price as it has been on display in our showroom. The product may have small defects.
*All sale and clearance items are non-returnable, non-refundable and non-exchangeable. Warranty is not applicable.
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