Design by Studio Barber & Osgerby.
The change where people worked is currently more noticeable than ever: working at home is in vogue with this sofa, the choice to work at home is very attractive!
This new outlook led to the collaboration between designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby and Vitra, resulting in the new Soft Work seating system, which is suitable for both home and office.The classic table-workstation can be placed next to this sofa, at the same time this is also a sofa to relax and take a moment for yourself.
An option is to exchange the backrests, as they can be attached to the front or rear, making mutual use possible.
Presented version is in: Credo cream fabric
with 4 cushions and 1 revolving shelf
1 table module in the middle and 1 side table MDF with light oak veneer
and powder-coated legs in basic dark
Dimensions: width 454 x depth 75 x height 87 cm, seat height 46 cm
Seat: straight modules: support plate made of plastic (PA) basic dark. Quick release (PA) for tool-free mounting on the frame integrated in the carrier plate.
Back: Foamed (PUR) plastic carrier (PA). The cover is removable
Seat/back module: seat and backrest connected via two backrest brackets
cushion: Optional for seat/back modules. Chamber pillow, 50% foam checks, 50% feathers. Cover removable
Legs: aluminium, with plastic glides for a height adjustment of max. 20 mm
About the designers:
Edward Barber (b. 1969) and Jay Osgerby (b. 1969) are British designers and founders of the London-based studio Barber & Osgerby, founded in 1996. Barber and Osgerby studied architecture and interior design at the Royal College of Art in London and that they have collaborated in the fields of industrial design, furniture design and architecture. Their clean, streamlined designs are often inspired by the folding and shaping of sheet material, and a fine example of their innovative style is the Tip Ton chair, also published by Vitra.