DS-707 Canada Modular Sofa

Designer/Artist: Philippe Malouin
Brand: de Sede

Contemporary aesthetics combined in one sculpture

Where the St. Lawrence River Montreal flows in a serpentine pattern, a residential complex marked by the architectural style of brutalism rises up on a small headland – the famous Habitat 67.

354 concrete blocks arranged in a stepped pattern adorn a part of Montreal’s multifaceted skyline, designed by architect Moshe Safdie for Expo 67.

Not far from this memorable silhouette grew up Philippe Malouin, who was inspired by these forms of brutalism throughout his life.



  • Leather
    • lightly pigmented with a lightly embossed grain pattern
    • Nappa leather, lightly pigmented
    • natural Nappa leather
    • nubuck leather with a very smooth feel
    • full-grain Nappa leather, lightly pigmented
  • Fabric
    • 80% viscose, 20% linen
    • 45% new wool, 45% recycle wool, 10% nylon
    • 90% cotton, 10% modal (velvety finish)
    • 81% viscose, 15% linen, 4% polyester
    • 95% wool, 5% PA (breathable & dirt-repellent)
    • 92% new wool, 8% nylon
    • 100% pure wool (breathable and dirt-resistant)



Please refer to the product sheet for more details.


DS-707 is also available as a sofa or armchair.