After successful collaborations on tableware and outdoor furniture, Serax and Vincent Van Duysen join forces again to create a sofa collection representing the DNA of both institutions. “I thought it would be a nice idea if we could translate a custom-made product I very often produce in my projects into an edition piece. That’s how this collection started to take shape.” The name Rudolph was derived from Rudolf Michael Schindler, a major protagonist of mid-century American modernism. “I admire him a lot. The Mid-century style is very inspirational for my work; think of the typical built-in banquettes lining modern interiors. But the most significant inspiration for this collection was the sofa I have in my home in Portugal because of its proportions, lines, and the serenity you feel when looking at it or sitting on it.” The Rudolph sofa comes in a freestanding version, in a two to three-seater size, and single-seaters, with side tables in wood and marble tops. The freestanding side and centre tables complete the collection.