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Fatty Sofa

The Fatty is available in the following configurations: 3 seater sofa, 4 seater sofa and above, chaise lounge sofa, corner sofa and sofa with open end.

 

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

 

15 years ago, Jens Juul Eilersen, designed the Baseline couch. With its depth, broad armrests and excellent comfort, it became one of Eilersen’s greatest successes. Jens Juul Eilersen has returned to his drawing table and reinterpreted the sofa which gained the Eilersen brand international recognition.

 

New ideas are generally born when Jens Juul Eilersen opens his sketchpad. For example, the Baseline was designed to inaugurate Eilersen’s new factory and production facilities.

 

The Fatty sofa has a wide, low back and armrests and a deep seat. The combination of elegant and practical features makes the Fatty suitable for placing in the middle of a room, like a sculpture. The wide armrest is a practical place for a tray, a book or simply as a comfortable headrest or a supportive armrest.

 

Culmination of furniture knowledge

The Fatty is a culmination of Jens Juul Eilersen’s knowledge of how a couch must be dimensioned and constructed. What dimensions are required to make it appear elegant despite its size and its many cushions, and how to build a base of solid Scandinavian pine, upholstered with a sandwich construction of stable foam of varying stiffness so that it does not lose its shape or comfort. Just like Eilersen’s other sofas, the Fatty comes with removable covers so that can always be replaced should you desire a different textile.

 

Jens Juul Eilersen’s concept for the Fatty was to provide a shell and leave it up to the individual to decide the final result. Whether it consists of symmetrical or asymmetrical modules is entirely up to each individual.

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Inspiration, Quality & Design

Designer

jens juul eilersen

Jens Juul Eilersen

DENMARK

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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