Sofas!

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Above photo: Finn Juhl’s ‘FJ 56’ sofa. Photo: Ross Floyd for Wright.

  • The 'Model 865' sofa designed by Ico and Louisa Parisi and manufactured by Cassina in 1955. Photo: Phillips

  • The 'Model FH 10' sofa designed by Franz Hohn and manufactured by Honeta of Germany in the 1950's. Photo: inside-room.de

  • The 'Model 544' sofa designed by Alvar Aalto and produced by Artek in 1932. Photo: Ross Floyd for Wright

  • The model GE 2364 four seat sofa designed by Hans Wegner and manufactured by Getama in the 1960's. Photo: The Modern Warehouse

  • Early Modernism with this sofa designed by Vilhelm Lauritzin and produced by Petersens in 1936. Photo: The Modern Warehouse

  • A 'Symmetrical' sofa designed by Paul McCobb and manufactured by Widdicomb in 1958. Photo: Converso

  • The 'Swan' sofa designed by Arne Jacobsen and produced by Fritz Hansen in 1958. Photo: thegoodoldayz

  • The PK 31/3 sofa designed by Poul Kjaerholm and first produced by E. Kold Christensen in 1958.

  • Sofa designed by Gio Ponti and produced by Cassina of Italy in 1960. Photo: Phillips

  • The 'Model 2402 S' designed by Adrian Pearsall and manufactured by Craft Associates in 1962. Photo: Ross Floyd for Wright

  • The 'New York' sofa designed by Edward Wormley and manufactured by Dunbar, USA in 1954. Photo: Adore Modern

  • The 'Model 615 D2T' sofa designed by Adrian Pearsall and manufactured by Craft Associates in 1960. Photo: Ross Floyd for Wright

  • The 'Model 137' sofa designed by Finn Juhl and produced by France and Sons in 1954. Photo: Adore Modern

  • Designed by Paul McCobb for Directional Furniture in 1960. Photo: LA Modern

  • Spare and minimal sofa designed by Martin Visser and manufactured by Spectrum in 1960. Photo: LA Modern

  • Early Modernism with this 'LC3' sofa designed by Le Corbusier in 1928.

  • Designed by Kurt Ostervig and produced by Rolshau in 1958. Photo: The Modern Warehouse

  • Sofa with attached end table and storage designed by Karl Sorlie and manufactured by Sonnar in 1960. Photo: Pamono

  • Designed by Vladimir Kagan and produced by Grosfeld House in 1952. Photo: Ross Floyd for Wright

  • Floating back sofa designed by Vladimir Kagan and produced by Kagan-Dreyfuss in 1952. Photo: Ross Floyd for Wright

  • Finn Juhl for Bovirke, 1953. Photo: Phillips

  • Finn Juhl for Baker Furnitre, 1951. Photo: Ross Floyd for Wright

  • Modular Series sofa with storage designed by John Pile of George Nelson and Associates and first produced by Herman Miller in 1956. Photo: Adore Modern

  • Designed by Jens Risom in the 1960's. Photo: The Swank Abode

  • Designed and produced by Jens Risom in 1959. Photo: Ross Floyd for Wright

  • Four seat sofa designed by Illum Wikkelso for H.W. Klein in the 1950's. Photo: Morentz

  • Designed by Illum Wikkelso for A. Mikael in 1960. Photo: The Modern Warehouse

  • Designed by Hans Erik Johannson for Westbergs in 1966. Photo: Lauritz

  • Designed by Hans Erik Johannson for Westbergs in the 1960's. Photo: Lauritz

  • A 'Gondola' sofa designed by Edward Wormley for Dunbar in the 1950's. Photo: Wyeth

  • Designed by Adrian Pearsall and manufactured by Craft Associates in the early 1960's. Photo: Modern Drama

  • Rather outrageous gondola sofa designed by Adrian Pearsall and manufactured by Craft Associates in the 1960's. Photo: Beyond Gorgeosity

  • The 'GE 34' sofa designed by Hans Wegner and produced by AP Stolen in 1959. Photo: Bukowskis

  • Florence Knoll's 'Parallel Bar' sofa produced by Knoll International in the 1950's. Photo: Live Auctioneers

  • Florence Knoll sofa for Knoll International, 1950's.

  • The 'FK 6720' sofa designed by Fabricius Kastholm and produced by Bo Ex in the 1960's. Photo: The Modern Warehouse

  • The 'Compact' sofa designed by Charles and Ray Eames and first manufactured by Herman Miller in 1954. Photo: Just in Modern

  • Rosewood Case sofa designed by Milo Baughman and manufactured by Thayer Coggin in the 1960's. Photo: Ross Floyd for Wright

  • Cross-legged sofa designed by Illum Wikkelso and produced by Mikael Laursen in 1962. Photo: The Modern Warehouse

  • Designed by Aksel bender Madsen for Bovenkamp in 1960/ Photo: Mass Market Modern

  • The Model 6382 or 'Sling' sofa designed by John Svezia, Ronald Beckman, and Irving Harper of George Nelson and Associates and produced by Herman Miller in 1963.

  • The Model 5087 - or Case Study Daybed - designed by Arthur Drexler of George Nelson and Associates and first manufactured by Herman Miller in 1948. Photo: Design Within Reach

  • The 'Model 4757' sofa set designed by Edward Wormley for Dunbar in the 1950's. Photo: Sothebys

  • The Model 0692C or 'Modular Series' sofa designed by Ernest Farmer and Ronald Beckman of George Nelson and Associates and manufactured by Herman Miller in 1956.

  • The 'Minerva' sofa designed by Peter Hvidt and Orla Molgaard for France and Sons in 1957. Photo: Lauritz

  • Designed by Edward Wormley for Dunbar in the early 1960's. Photo: Wyeth

  • Florence Knoll's 'Parallel Bar' sofa produced by Knoll International in the 1950's. Photo: Live Auctioneers

  • Sofa with attached back table designed by Edward Wormley and manufactured by Dunbar in the 1950's. Photo: Wyeth

compact sofa Charles Ray Eames Herman Miller in 1954

The ‘Compact’ sofa designed by Charles and Ray Eames and first manufactured by Herman Miller in 1954. Photo: Herman Miller

 

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great round up of what sofas can be if designers care

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