Chess Sofa

The Chess is available in the following configurations: 2 seater sofa, 3 seater sofa, 4 seater sofa and above, chaise lounge sofa and corner sofa.


With regards to materials, this modern sofa is available in fabric or leather upholstery.


Chess is both a sofa and a module system. Choose a sofa that is 210 or 230 cm long. Or build your own unlimited ‘sofa landscape’, with the varied range of end sections, chaiselong sections, corner sections and the centre sections without arm rests, Chess provides you with as many possible combinations as does a chess game. Choose your next move and put those modules into play that will make Chess your personal winner.


Chess is a sofa furniture that’s alive and also moves in the depth. Two seat depths of 95 cm and 115 cm plus a chaiselong 155 cm long make the sofa a piece of furniture that can be used in numerous ways. When you build in different depths you achieve a versatile, creative and personal expression and boost sitting comfort, which the quality of the down upper seat guarantees.


Chess challenges by fusing contrasts. modern and classic design. Heaviness and lightness. The substantial and strong frame is combined with a light arm rest in a classic cut. In this way, Chess’s style shows a breadth that matches the system’s usability and versatility. One particularly flexible aspect is that you can purchase chess as free-standing sections. Other options are removable frame covers, loose down pillows, moveable neck-roll pillows and arm rest covers.

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jens juul eilersen

Jens Juul Eilersen


Jens Juul Eilersen took over the management of the family’s small furniture factory in the early 1960s and has since created some of the most modern and popular sofas. When he was a kid in the 1940s, he spent many summer vacations in Funen, where the family factory, which his grandfather Niels Juul Eilersen had founded. Jens has a passionate interest in the objectives and proportions, and when he was not in the workshop, he sat and sketched. Instead of doing homework, he would draw figures of the furniture. In 1959, Jens hired to take care of the creative part of the furniture production of the family business.

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