Defined by a simple, graphic aesthetic, the timeless three-seater sofa is defined by its generously proportioned seat space which provides effortless relaxation. With its streamlined, industrial style, the sofa is evocative of the modernist period, in which the optimism of the post-WWII period gave way to new expressions in design.
Upholstered in a pair of Kvadrat fabrics to magnificent effect, the 77 features a contrasting finish that showcases the beautiful lines of the piece. Complimenting lounge chairs and a two-seat configuration are also available.
Finn Juhl was born on the 30th January 1912 in Frederiksberg, Denmark.
Although trained in architecture, it was his modern furniture designs that made him an international name. His first pieces of furniture were designed for his own apartment and were manufactured by the young Danish carpenter, Niels Vodder.
In 1946 Juhl got his first major interior assignment at Bing and Grøndahl’s store at Amagertorv in Copenhagen. This later became one of his main works and was awarded with the Eckersberg Medal in 1947. Soon after, he was given the opportunity to help furnish the new headquarters of the United Nations in NY - something which established his name with the American audience.