Referencias

Producto:
Originals studio couch
Familia:
Originals
Fabricante:
Ercol
Diseñador:
Lucian R. Ercolani
Número de pedido:
355
ID de Architonic:
1255377
País:
Reino Unido
Año de lanzamiento:
1956
Grupos:
Asientos-Sofás
Zona de espera/lounge-Sofás lounge

Descripción de producto

The ercol Originals are pieces of timeless and classic design that never date or show their age. Part of the Originals range the iconic ercol Studio Couch is designed to function as a couch and as an occasional single bed for guests. The back rest is formed made from a large single piece of beautifully grained elm whilst the arms comprise of a steam bent frame with tapered spindles and arched arm rests.The couch can be covered in a choice from a range of ercol fabrics or customers own.

The timber frame is finished in a choice of wood lacquers; CL- clear, ST- special light, LT- light, GD-golden dawn, FW-fruitwood, TR- traditional or from an assortment of bold coloured finishes NA-navy, YE-yellow, MA-mandarin, WT-white, BK-black.

Dimensions
W 206cm x D 88cm x H 85cm / SH (inc cushion) 46cm
W 81” x D 34.75” x H 33.5” / SH (inc. cushion) 18”

Familia de producto

Concepto

The ercol Originals are pieces of timeless and classic design that never date or show their age. It is furniture that is as relevant and as functional now as it was when it was created in the 1950s and 1960s. This furniture was designed by ercol’s founder, Lucian Ercolani, who drew for his inspiration on the time proven local design and craft in the Chiltern Hills around where he lived and built his first factory in 1920 in High Wycombe.

Some of these pieces have never been out of production since their introduction nearly 60 years ago. Other favourite pieces we have brought back into production - in 2002, ercol began a successful collaboration with the fashion designer Margaret Howell and reissued a selection of archetypal ercol pieces from our back catalogue, based on the classic Windsor chair. Starting with the Butterfly and Stacking Chair, this selection has grown into the Originals collection of today. These pieces are as appropriate to today's living as they were when they were originally issued.