Is it possible to design a sofa with the same look front and back? This was one of the questions the two designers Claus Jensen and Henrik Holbæk from Tools® asked themselves when designing Yoga.
The result is a modular sofa, where the back consists of permanently attached cushions. The cushions look as though they are self-supporting, and have found their own balancing point. Hence the name of the sofa – Yoga.
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Pine frame, Nozag springs, foam and down
Choice of different upholstery fabrics
Legs: Black powder-coated aluminium
Available in 13 different modules.
Sofa with chaise longue comprising two modules upholstered in: BLEND col. 74 – as shown in the picture:
Phantom is a reinterpretation of the classic conversation sofa from before the arrival of the TV.
Where the backs of old sofas were usually upholstered with buttons, Phantom has holes. It is precisely this detail that has inspired the name of the sofa – it looks as though the buttons are there, yet they are not. Like an illusion.
The stringent look is softened with soft upholstery and beautiful round curves.
Phantom is available with legs and frame in solid natural oak or smoked oak.
Phantom comes as an armchair, as a two-seater sofa and as a three-seater sofa, as well as a two-seater sofa with tables at either end for placing coffee cups, for example.
You can find Phantom in three different textiles and price groups. Price example – Price group A:
Armchair: 1.999,- EUR
Two-seater sofa: 2.799,- EUR
Two-seater sofa with tables: 3.399,- EUR
Three-seater sofa: 3.499,- EUR