The original and decorative lines of Art Deco characterise this small armchair wiath a wraparound backrest, creatively shaped like a shell.
An elegant calculation
SUM MODULAR SOFA is Designed by Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen.
Two, four, nine modules? Whatever the number, the sum is as follows: a well-proportioned sofa design that stands as the epitome of contemporary elegance. Sum is the name of Normann Copenhagen’s take on a light modular sofa, which has the same complete appearance, whether it is set up in a two-seater version or as a several meter long lounge dream.
Slim and inviting
The design is stringent and focused, but invitingly open in character: elegant and resolute as a wingspread stretching out into the air, the sofa spreads out its armrests and invites you into its soft and homely space. Slim, angled legs lift it from the floor in a delicate counterpoint to the generous contours of the back and armrest.
In order to achieve a lighter expression than the boxy look that often characterizes modular sofas, the design has been boiled down to the absolute narrowest form that can be structurally achieved. The sofa is molded in yielding foam, allowing the slim design to provide maximum comfort.
Harmonious modular concept
Sum’s contrasting design facets are framed by a harmonious modular concept. In a seemingly effortless flow, the lines of the modules meet and merge into an integrated whole.
The Sum sofa can be built up from eight different modules. Add up the parts you want into a customized sofa design and create welcoming and vibrant lounge areas, supplemented by the series’ matching armchair.
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