Robin Day Linear 'Form' Sofa for Hille

This clean lined mid century sofa is a standout example of the post war British style.

Maker
Hille | United Kingdom
Date
1960
Size
W 214cm, D 71cm, H 67cm


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Description

Robin Day is one of the most significant British designers of the 20th century. Since winning first prize in the Storage Section of the International Competition for Low-Cost Furniture Design (organised by MoMA in 1948), Day built a legacy of innovation and forward focused design.

This rare and iconic sofa was designed for high end furniture producer Hille in 1960. The design is simple, utilitarian and modular with an understated elegance. It demonstrates thoughtful restraint and an innate understanding of the emerging need for flexible seating solutions, it's no wonder it won a Design Centre Award in 1961.

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Condition

Materials: Beautifully crafted from mahogany and tubular steel

Wood Finish: Excellent original condition with new finish applied

Fabric Type: Reupholstered with Husk 'Steel' designer fabric from Warwick RRP $101 per metre.

Upholstery foam: Original rubber cushions in good condition

Construction: Joints are sturdy and solid. All checked and ready to go

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