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Mayor Sofa

by Arne Jacobsen & Flemming Lassen, 1939/2013 — 5.202,45 €
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The Mayor Sofa by Arne Jacobsen was originally designed in the 1930s for Søllerød town hall - and today it belongs to the range of the Danish design company &tradition. With its typical reduced Scandinavian design form and its clear lines the Jacobsen classic upholds the essentials of Danish interior design style. The comfortable upholstery and the three removable cushions make the &tradition sofa a comfortable addition to any living room.


Product type Sofa

H 82 x W 200 x D 62 cm, Seat height44 cm
Weight 45 kg
Colours Covers


Material Frame: Solid oak (oak white oiled, oiled smoked oak, oak stained black)
Inside frame: solid wood
Upholstery: CMHR foam
Covers: Balder 3 (68% wool, 26% cotton, 6% Nylon), Sunniva 2 (58% new wool, 25% Viscose, 8% Linen, 5% nylon, 4% polyester)
Care Dust and lint can be simply vacuumed.
For difficult, stubborn, stains a professional cleaning service is recommended.
Warranty 24 months
Datasheet Please click on picture for detailed information (ca. 1,4 MB).

Popular versions

Mayor Sofa, Fabric Balder 3 Greyish black, Black stained oak
Mayor Sofa, Fabric Sunniva 2 Grey, White oiled oak
Mayor Sofa, Fabric Sunniva 2 Grey, Smoked oiled oak

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