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  • Sofa 136 - Björn Trägårdh | Svenskt Tenn
  • Sofa 136 - Björn Trägårdh | Svenskt Tenn
  • Sofa 136 - Björn Trägårdh | Svenskt Tenn
  • Sofa 136 - Björn Trägårdh | Svenskt Tenn
  • Sofa 136 - Björn Trägårdh | Svenskt Tenn
  • Sofa 136 - Björn Trägårdh | Svenskt Tenn

Sofa 136

5,500 USD (incl. VAT, excl. textile)

Sofa 136 was designed by Björn Trägårdh for Svenskt Tenn’s early furniture range and is, among other things, depicted in the company’s very first furniture catalogue from 1931. The sofa’s rounded corners and removable back cushions following the same shape, distinguish the design, which was very unusual for sofas in the early 1930s. In Svenskt Tenn's magazine you can read about O.H. Sjögren’s furniture factory and the making of Sofa 136.

Price excluding fabric.

The product is handcrafted after ordering. Contact Svenskt Tenn's Customer Service for information and to place your order.

  • Product information

    Sofa 136 was designed by Björn Trägårdh for Svenskt Tenn’s early furniture range and is, among other things, depicted in the company’s very first furniture catalogue from 1931. The sofa’s rounded corners and removable back cushions following the same shape, distinguish the design, which was very unusual for sofas in the early 1930s. In Svenskt Tenn's magazine you can read about O.H. Sjögren’s furniture factory and the making of Sofa 136.

    Price excluding fabric.

    Art nr: 108769

    The sofa is handcrafted in Sweden.
    Design: Björn Trägårdh
    Material: Wooden frame. Core of coil springs on a no-sag spring base, stuffed with foam polyether
    Height: 65 cm
    Length: 220 cm
    Depth: 80 cm
    Seat height: 38 cm
    Seat depth: 64 cm
    Fabric requirement: Plain: 14 m | Patterned: 15 m

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  • Designer: Björn Trägårdh

    Björn Trägårdh was a Swedish furniture designer, artist, illustrator and graphic artist who from 1928-1936 was a designer for Svenskt Tenn. During that period he created everything from pewter items and design products to lamps and furniture. Trägårdh worked primarily with a muted colour palette of black, white and grey elements.

  • Care instructions

    All types of feather cushions need to be puffed up to maintain their resilience. Shake and puff up the cushions regularly and knead them to loosen up any feather bunches.

    The legs are screwed on and may need to be tightened from time to time.
    For additional protection we recommend ordering extra covers for the armrests. Svenskt Tenn also offers stain guarding for further protection.

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