Erik Ole Jørgensen design, 1970
The EJ 220 A has simple lines, its low and and rounded armrests and easy appeal apearance as well as its seat wich offers a high level of comfort make the EJ 220 A an invitating sofa to relax in, while its functional design allows him to integrate any kind of interior.
It is available in a large range of fabrics and leather and is proposed with two different legs options and finishes.
L 212 * D 86 * H 73 cm
Also available in
L 185 * D 86 * H 73 cm
or L 163 * D 86 * H 73 cm
Chromed or wooden
Fabric or leather
The CH100 sofa by Hans J Wegner is definitely contemporary. It was at the time of its creation in 1970, and still is today! The exposed supporting structure in stainless steel and the sofa’s cubic design make it an essential piece for exquisitely designed rooms!
The CH160 sofa by Hans J Wegner is simple and asymmetrical. The side armrests are completely filled and covered in fabric or leather, which elegantly highlights a design detail on the solid wood structure. Just one of the many details carefully added by the master Cabinetmaker.
Norway Says design, 2003 Ugo is a modular sofa, available in three different sizes to combine and assemble for the perfect shape. The Ugo sofa is ideal for open, public spaces such as museums, exhibition centers, lounge areas and hotel lobbies, but is also suitable for private houses and any interior with a modern design.
Sofa GE290, 2 seats , Hans J. Wegner, 1953 The 2-seat GE290 sofa has a solid wood frame available in oak or beech. This sofa is an great example of the remarkable work of wood by the designer and cabinetmaker Hans J. Wegner. Its lines are simple and pure. And its cushioned seat invites to a great comfort.
Sofa GE290, 3 seats , Hans J. Wegner, 1953 The 3-seat GE290 sofa has a solid wood frame available in oak or beech. This sofa is an great example of the remarkable work of wood by the designer and cabinetmaker Hans J. Wegner. Its lines are simple and pure. And its cushioned seat invites to a great comfort.
Design Poul Kjaerholm, 1957 The PK80 daybed is a perfect balance between form and the chosen materials. It is minimalist but sophisticated. Its cushion can be upholstered in leather or in canvas Natural. Its base is in satin stainless steel.The PK80 day bed is in the galleries of the Museum of Modern Art in New York since 2004.