A Moduline sofa designed by Ole Gjerløv-Knudsen & Torben Lind for France and Son, Denmark, 1962. The sofa consists of 4 chairs each with solid timber bases and black vinyl recovered seats. The modules can be pushed together and arranged as you please. This set bears the France and Son makers mark.
Per seat: Height of seat – 38cm | Height of back – 70cm | Width – 60cm | Depth – 75cm
About the Designer:
Danish designer Ole Gjerlov-Knudsen apprenticed as a cabinetmaker in that distinguished Danish tradition and attended the Danish Royal Academy of Fine Arts. He was also a member of the Danish Design Council and became an educator at the Kunsthandvrerkerskolen (School of Arts and Crafts) before eventually Rector of the Department of Furniture Design. He has had many international exhibitions, including at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. His collaboration with the architect Torben Lind gave birth to their Moduline Sofa series, the appealing design that allows for personal configurations of the pieces.