Dacapo Sofa

The Dacapo is available in the following configurations: 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.


A previously unseen world full of scope for variation. Design and build your very own “sofa landscape” with an enormous selection of corner, centre and chaise longue sections as well as several types of armrests, cushions and stools – and change your covers as often as you change your linen. Eilersen’s flexible Dacapo sofa now offers an added dimension.


In Dacapo’s world you can think in terms of width, depth and comfort. With a depth of 105 cm, Dacapo is the epitome of a luxurious “floating” and the sections are also available in several different widths. Build a “sofa landscape” from the sections or choose a stand-alone sofa. Dacapo features a double-layer, 100% down back cushion which makes “floating” and sitting comfort ideal. The selection of armrests is overwhelming and features three widths ranging from 20 to 40 cm. The seat boasts Eilersen’s well-known down-top seat whose down-wrapped foam core provides springiness and ensures comfort.


Disassemble the sections by pulling a strap in the seat – without using tools – and pull the cover off like a bag. This makes cleaning very easy (following the fabric’s care and maintenance instructions). At the same time you can easily alter the look of your sofa by changing the cover and colour according to fashion, interior décor, season or personal taste.

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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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