Designer Nanna Ditzel created this teak piece for Denmark-based IDG in 1952. It's signed with an applied metal manufacturer's label on the underside. Read more about the Settee here.
We'd hazard a guess that Quebecois shepherd's pie–Pate Chinois, the name of the collection by Domison– isn't the first thing that comes to mind when viewing the Montage sofa. The hearty recipe, however, provided tasty inspiration for the designers' mix-and-match of modular arms and backrests. Click here for more information on the Montage sofa.
A superior sofa must be versatile, accommodating any number of potential scenarios; who knows what will play out on a spread of comfy cushions? Anna Hart’s settee sets a stylish scene with unlimited possibilities. Solo night in? Stretch out and relax. House party? Extrawide armrests provide perfect perches for social butterflies. Read more about this electric-blue Slide here.
When is a name not merely a name but instead a point of pride, a way of life, a categorical imperative, and an honorable title to uphold? When that name is Lazy Bastard, and the chair in question is basically a beanbag on legs. Indolence is bliss as you live out your idle dreams, lounging comfortably in a seat that defies you not to take it easy. Read more about this chair here.
Rowan and Erwan Bouroullec designed this loveseat, which features foam cushions and is available in three fabrics and five colors. Read more about the Alcove here.
Pierre Paulin designed this sculptural piece in 1968 for Artifort in two variations: sofa and love seat. This vintage offering, a sofa, was manufactured in France. Read more about the ABCD Sofa here.