Button Sofa

A year into Monica Förster appointment as creative director she is already making waves as she marries contemporary Scandinavian design with the brand’s rich design heritage. This year saw the introduction of “eight future classics”, designed by Förster herself as well as design agency Front, famed for its Moooi Horse Lamp

For the Button Sofa, Front found inspiration in the Swedese archives; most noticeably in the union of crafted wood and leather details. Entirely customisable, the wooden buttons of this sofa allow for the integration of accessories such as a side table or cushion.  

Button is a 2.5 seater sofa available in oak or ash frame. High resilience foam seat with integrated suspension. Additional options in cushion sheepskin in scandinavian grey or black, cushion fabric, magazine holder and side table.

Price Guide : From $7152.00
Availabilty : 16 weeks

details

designer country of origin warranty
Front Sweden 5 Years

dimensions

W 185cm / D 81cm / H 83cm / SH 45cm

material

Button is a 2.5 seater sofa available in oak or ash frame. High resilience foam seat with integrated suspension. Additional options in cushion sheepskin in scandinavian grey ir black, cushion fabric, magazine holder and side table.

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Front

Sofia Lagerkvist and Anna Lindgren are the members of the Swedish design studio Front. Their works are based on common discussions, explorations and experiments and they collaborate in all projects from initial ideas to the final product. Front’s design objects often communicate a story to the observer about the design process, about the material it is made of or about conventions within the design field. In their work they have assigned part of the making of design to animals, computers or machines. They have made a constantly changing interior, created objects with explosions, robotic furniture and a range of furniture inspired by their fascination with magic.

 

Front’s work is represented at MoMA, Victoria & Albert Museum, M+, Nationalmuseum, Vitra Design Museum and Centre Pompidou.