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Orion Sofa

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

 

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

 

Orion was created because we have a weakness for cornucopia. We wanted to be able to match all needs and every taste. Orion flirts with your senses because it signals both heaviness and lightness. An interesting discord between the light framework with straight lines – and the large slanting armrest.

 

That Orion was named by one of our American cooperative partners tells the story of how it also has international appeal. The large, slanting armrest combines design and function. Over and above their grandiose expression, they invite you to some comfy reading in a semi reclined position – well supported by the comfortable foam seat with down top. At the same time the distinctive armrest means that the sofa can cope with an elongated set-up without breaking up the visual impact.

 

Orion is available as a 3-person sofa measuring 240 cm and as sections where you can build longer sofas with or without chaiselong. You can supplement your Orion with a stool that measures 100 x 60 cm, large down pillows that measure 55 x 65 cm, loose neck-roll pillows with down padding and armrest covers. The covers of both the pillows and neck-roll pillows have zippers so you can easily take them off and clean them. (Follow the fabric care and maintenance instructions).

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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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