Beautiful and expressive, the Audo Copenhagen Ingeborg Sofa is named after Flemming Lassen’s mother, Ingeborg Winding. Originally presented at the Cabinetmakers’ Guild Competition in 1940, which took place at the Museum of Industrial Art in Copenhagen, it has been reintroduced as part of the iconic Ingeborg Collection.
Boasting a shapely profile that is beautiful to look at from all angles, its elegant armrests give the impression of a warm embrace, whilst its deep cushions provide the utmost comfort. Its refined design adapts to a broad range of interiors, ideally situated in a living room or open-plan space.
Architect and modernist, Flemming Lassen (1902-1984) was an initiator in bringing functionalism to Denmark.
After attending boarding school with Arne Jacobsen and his brother Mogens Lassen, the three of them maintained a close bond through childhood and later in life as colleagues. He is now renowned for his overstuffed furniture and has received major international recognition in the design world for his armchairs, which today have become known as “the Flemming Lassen style”.