EJ 220/270 by Erik Jørgensen
The narrow armrests and relatively low height give Erik Jørgensen’s EJ 220 a light, soft and casual appearance. The big voluminous cushions signal abundance, comfort and a feeling of hominess. One of the challenges that preoccupied Erik Jørgensen in the late 1960s was how to redefine the design of sofas and turn the popular living room piece of furniture into an aesthetic visual experience with a high level of comfort. The result of Erik Jørgensen’s contemplations was the box sofa EJ 220, which was intro-duced in 1970 and has since founded a school for how sofas are designed in Denmark.
EJ 220-2 and 3: 2- or 3-seater sofa with short cushions.
EJ 220-2L and A: 2,5- or 3-seater with 2 long cushions.
EJ 270: Similar to EJ 220
Standard: Down cover. Alternative: Dacron Arm cushion: Round edged or wall-edged. Covers: Frame fixed. Cushions removable. Legs: Beech, mahogany, Chrome.
Product group: Seating Lounge area / Waiting room Lounge sofas Sofas 2-seater 2-seater 3-seater 3-seater open base open base with armrests with armrests with seat and backrest upholstered with seat and backrest upholstered with seat in leather with seat in leather with base in stainless steel with base in stainless steel with 4-leg base with four-leg base
Designer: Erik Ole Jørgensen
Erik Jørgensen | The latest products