Velar Sofa

Velar is an understated sofa with a relaxed low-to-the-ground position and generous 2.5-seater proportions with ample space for two people or more. Its straight- forward design combines a minimalist steel tube frame with slim legs, and a single continuous cushion that curves with a high back to comfortably support the sitter’s neck and head.
Without the armrests commonly included in traditional sofa design, Velar benefits from an open-ended arrangement that facilitates free movement and social harmony between the sofa and its environment. The Velar sofa has a broad appeal across age groups and an informal appearance that younger generations and children naturally enjoy. Its distinctive look and feel is similarly suited to public and private settings, with a silhouette that’s beautiful from all angles. This is particularly striking when Velar is positioned in the middle of a room where it's elegant metal frame can make an impression. It also squares seamlessly against walls in compact spaces

Designed by Andreas Engesvik and launched in 2021.

Price Guide : From $12155.00
Availabilty : 18 weeks


designer country of origin warranty
Andreas Engesvik Sweden


width height depth
200 cm 88 cm 62 cm


Base: Powder coated steel

Seat: Fabric upholstery fixed


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Andreas Engesvik

Andreas Engesvik is educated at the University of Bergen, Norway, where he studied art science. He then studied at the National College of Art and Design, where he took a master's degree in design in 2000 and the same year he founded the company Norway Says. In 2009, Andreas decided to move on and founded the studio ANDREAS ENGESVIK, OSLO. His studio works in different areas of design, ranging from furniture and porcelain to industrial designs for various international clients such as Iittala, Muuto and Ligne Roset. He has won prizes such as the Red Dot Award, the Wallpaper Design Award and the Bruno Mathsson Award.


In 2014 Andreas took the Tiki for Fogia couch. The idea of ​​Tiki was to create a light and casual sofa with good "old school comfort". Tiki relates to the body in the sense that it has an inner structure that is then stuffed and dressed-without void, something that is otherwise more common on sofas. With your hand, you can grasp all parts side panels, bottom frames and pillows. Which makes Tiki more intuitive and inviting.

"With Fogia, I and my studio have been participating in an exciting journey together with a producer who is on the way."