Designed by Ramon Esteve for VONDOM
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Ulm Daybed without parasol by VONDOM. Available with different finishes and options.
A functional Daybed that strikes a perfect balance between design, technology and ergonomics, based on spherical shapes. Its soft forms are a tribute to the formal approach of the Ulm School, one of the world's significant design school, equal in influence to the Bauhaus.
Its base rests on a rotating system, which allows the piece to rotate on its own axis.
LED backlighting models are available. Ulm daybed comes in a wide range of available colors and options. Please contact our customer service for information.
Dimensions Length: 211cm x Width: 198cm x Height: 99cm.
Materials and finishes
The base is made of rotational moulded polyethylene, 100% recyclable.
Upholstery: Nautic. Soft Leather like fabric. Other upholsteries are available.
You can buy a pack of 4 pillows 60cm x 60cm made to match the Ulm Daybed.
Item suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
A functional seating collection that strikes a perfect balance between design, technology, and ergonomics based on basic cube, prism, and spherical shapes.
The Ulm collection seeks unity within its design and that of other products, combining amongst diverse elements that form a complete ensemble. The sofa, like the chairs, daybed, coffee table, and ottoman embody rigid and resilient structures for rest and support that provide total comfort. Much like the name Ulm, its soft forms are a tribute to the formal approach of the Ulm School.
The ability to illuminate each piece can envelope any space in color, providing innovative technology that makes it unique.
Ramon Esteve graduated in Architecture from Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid (ETSAM) in 1990. He founded Ramon Esteve Estudio de Arquitectura in 1991, working on both architectural and interior design projects and also other fields such as industrial design and art direction at the national and international area.
Harmony, serenity and essentiality are some of the constant features of Esteve’ s work and become symbols of his will to provide to the habitat more than just buildings. As a result, embracing atmospheres where to enjoy uni que experiences are created.