Ole Wanscher for P. Jeppensen 3 seats sofa
Ole Wanscher was an architect and professor of architecture specialising in furniture designs. Ole Wanscher was mainly influenced by Professor Kaare Klint, with whom he worked from 1924 through 1927. Nowadays, his pieces of furniture are considered to be modern classics, made with an unusual eye for detail.
In the 1950s, he also started working with P. Jeppesens Møbelfabrik A/S. This collaboration continued until the end of his life.
Characteristic of designs by Ole Wanscher is his search for slender dimensions and resilient shapes.
This three-seater has a mahogany frame fitted with loose cushions upholstered in a green/yellow wool fabric.
Good, age-related signs of wear.
height: 74 cm
depth: 76 cm
width: 178 cm
seat height: 42 cm