Edward Wormley for Dunbar Four-Seat Sofa in Off-White Upholstery
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Edward J. Wormley for Dunbar, sofa, fabric and wood, United States, circa 1970.
The white upholstery is a striking combination with the darkened frame that is especially visible at the back where the legs run upwards the rest. The backrest is slightly higher than the armrests and shows tufted details on one horizontal line. Two flat cushions provinde seating comfort. Edward Wormley (1907-1995) was an American designer. After not finishing his degree due to lack of funds Wormley started to work as an interior designer. In the 1940s, Wormley was hired to work with Dunbar. Their collaboration was a success story as Dunbar incorporated several techniques and aesthetics from European design. It was Wormley's aim to create a high-quality line, that was also available for the masses.