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Great Pampas Sofa

The Great Pampas is available in the following configurations: 3 seater sofa and 4 seater sofa and above and corner sofa.

 

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

 

Sit anywhere you like. Sit any way you like. Sit as many as you like. Eilersen’s latest addition to the floaters indulges itself in extravagance and luxury. Now you can enjoy your Eilersen even more. With a sofa that has removable backs, so you can freely modulate decor with comfort – and even build a guest bed.

 

Great Pampas is an extravagant version of the Pampas. The new edition has been given a broader back and armrests that can better keep track of all the cushions and the seat has been upgraded from foam and fibrefill to Eilersen’s famous down-top. It provides even more comfort – and an even greater feeling of ultimate luxury.

 

Multi-functional sofa with extra dimensions

“Imagine one long chaise longue set across” begins Jens Juul Eilersen and elaborates: “In a floater one must be able to float in the truest sense. It must be round, sturdy and soft – and it must be long. There must be an ocean of space for sprawling and sitting, especially when you are a huge family. Great Pampas does it all and has it all. In the deep seating area, you can freely rearrange the back cushions, so the sofa fits exactly the needs you have here and now. Whether it’s an egotist-Sunday with a good book, an extra guest bed, a TV room for the children and their playmates – or red wine & cheese with friends. Great Pampas surpasses all other floats. Greater weight, greater might and greater luxury you will not find.”

 

Float along, float across – or just sprawl flat out

“What is unique is that the sofa is not locked by fixed armrests and back. Instead it has cut-to-shape, loose back support foam, which can be moved as needed. This means that you can float across – or move back, so that you float along. Just like you like to swim,” explains Jens Eilersen. Moving back not only creates multiple use opportunities but also a completely different feeling of the sofa. “It simply becomes a large Argentine grassy plain, that is disguised as a luxury sofa. Because if you move all the back and throw pillows towards the end of the sofa, there is a huge surface that gives a feeling of open spaces. Great Pampa is 120 cm deep. “The modules are 1 meter wide, and the cut-to-shape backrest is in foam. Lumbar and throw pillows are purchased ad libitum until your cornucopia is filled.”

 

Enjoy an Eilersen

Your home should be a place where you are most comfortable. Here you surround yourself with things you have chosen for yourself. Because you need them and because they appeal to you. Furniture shapes, colours and subtleties speak to your senses. Therefore, it really matters how the sofa fulfils its mission. Your sofa should be both comfortable to sit in – and live up to your life values and taste for the aesthetic. We all know the feeling of being a place we like. That’s why we say: Enjoy an Eilersen. That a piece of furniture carries the Eilersen name is a guarantee of excellent quality, unique comfort and exceptional durability. “All the furniture and every detail is based on the original traditions of craftsmanship and innovative design” – guarantees Jens Juul Eilersen and concludes: “Personally, I absolutely love the Pampas, so I am eager to see the consumers’ reaction.”

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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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