Contemporary sofas with last century twist
Savannah sofa by Monica Förster, creator of some of the most internationally renowned objects in contemporary Swedish design today, has a more contemporary clean aesthetic with its bench-like structure and streamlined rounded cushions. Its much more minimal, refined look would go well with a contemporary or Scandinavian interior. Savannah brings several ideas into one: slender lines, natural materials, a touch of nature, and a distinct but present reminiscence of 1970s.
Looking like a space aircraft seat Corques sofa is a perfect contemporary piece for a small but stylish home. Created by Lucie Koldova the sofa is made of sustainable cork leftovers and a contrasting upholstery fabric from Kvadrat. The stylish sofa is a perfect furnishing for the home that strives not only to be well-decorated but also eco-friendly. The sofa is defined by a strong, sparkling design; soft look going hand in hand with a timeless character and environmental awareness.
Emerson from the furniture maker Jory Brigham is a perfect marriage between subtler contemporary style and modernist aesthetic with its wooden frames and overall minimalist style. You will recognize many influences in it, from classic divan to European park benches to clean lines of mid-century furniture. The solid walnut divan is accented by timeless gray wool cushions and a pinch of yellow with fastening buttons. It's wide enough to accommodate four people.
Anne Boysen’s Toward sofa is a curious combination of organic shapes and a mid-century modern minimalist aesthetic. By merging the normal use of an armchair, a chaise lounge, and a tete-a-tete, the design emerged. TOWARD is a base with a mattress and two back rests in different sizes. The two loose and interchangeable cushions open up for a versatile appearance and function. The sofa comes in six color combinations: light gray, dark gray, brown, pink, blue and green shades. ■
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