Preben Fabricius & Jørgen Kastholm Sofa in Leather and Steel
Preben Fabricius & Jørgen Kastholm, two-seat sofa model BO562, in brushed steel and dark brown leather, Denmark, 1962.
Sofa in high-quality brown leather and steel. This settee has a tilted L-shaped seat and a double L shaped base. This mirrored L forms the steel base which is connected with a horizontal slat. The base of these double easy chairs gives the sofa its characteristic and open character. The deep brown leather upholstery is in good condition and shows an admirable patina. Moreover, this sofa is one of the most comfortable Danish midmodern designs around. The cushions support the body in an unmatched way. If you are looking for a very durable, sculptural and extremely comfortable couch, look no further.
Preben Juhl Fabricius (1931-1984) and Jørgen Kastholm (1931-2007), both trained became friends in the fifties. In the 1960s they started a collaboration with their shared the same core principles: perfection, aesthetics and minimalism. Although they have worked individually, it is as a pair that they have achieved their greatest success. During the eight years of partnership they managed to create a wide selection of very high quality designs. The results were often minimalistic and functional designs in steel, glass and leather. Most of the furniture of Danish designer duo was produced by the German manufacturer Kill International. This type of chairs was produced in their home country Denmark by Bo-Ex.