Casual look: Lyda sofa from Haworth x Rottet

The Lyda sofa, designed by Lauren Rottet, is upholstered in a warm neutral mohair and gray leather, and complemented by steel arms and a marble tablet surface.
The Lyda sofa, designed by Lauren Rottet, is upholstered in a warm neutral mohair and gray leather, and complemented by steel arms and a marble tablet surface. Photo credit: Lauren Rottet/Rottet Studio

Lauren Rottet, president/founding principal of Rottet Studio, teamed up with global furniture brand Haworth to introduce the Lyda lounge piece. 

This sofa can be specified for casual or more formal office and hospitality settings, while emphasizing a refined aesthetic, sophisticated materials and attention to detail and craftsmanship.

The Lyda sofa, designed by Lauren Rottet, is upholstered in a warm neutral mohair and gray leather, and complemented by steel arms and a marble tablet surface which can be positioned according to preference. A hidden pocket drawer in the arm of the sofa allows for USB connections and additional storage.

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