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Sofa

Bodil Kjær, 1959

OVERVIEW

Bodil Kjaer's iconic upholstered series produced a variety of career-defining designs, including a sofa, lounge chair, bench, and low table designed for use in public spaces of contemporary architecture. The sofa exudes a classic, midcentury elegance through impeccably tailored loose cushions and a unique polished metal vaulted leg adding additional comfort and stability while creating a floating effect, a common thread throughout Bodil Kjær's work. The head of the Yale School of Architecture and Marcel Breuer were some of the first architects to specify these pieces for buildings they were designing.   

  • Fully upholstered Sofa with detachable seat and back cushions built on a form core and polyetherin
  • Detachable legs in stainless steel
  • Available fully upholstered in Kvadrat/Hallingdal or Soernsen Leather or COM/COL
  • 70.9"w x 35.4"d x 29.5"h
  • U.S. exclusive through SUITE NY
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Many of our products come in additional finishes and sizes. For questions, finish options and custom orders please contact showroomsales@suiteny.com or call 212-421-3300 Monday-Friday, 9am-6pm to speak to a design expert for advice and consultation.

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