The Audo Copenhagen Eave 86 Modular Sofa is inspired by architecture and takes its name from the eaves of a building – the lower edges of the roof that overhang a wall. The sofa’s distinctive detail is its internal “eaves” – curved upholstered armrests that give the sofa its unique and inviting character.
The Eave sofa system offers a blend of style and comfort, with its tactile fabrics and rounded arms the sofa encourages you to relax. Many different modules and configurations are available, figure out the perfect configuration to suit your space. This corner module acts as a building block for you to create an L-shaped configuration.
Materials: Modular sofa upholstered in fabric available in a range of colourways. Each module is constructed with a structural frame made from chipboard, plywood and solid wood. Seat, backrest and armrests consist of a double foam layer with no-sag springs. Plastic and steel glides. Fabrics - Audo Copenhagen Boucle fabric : (45% Cotton, 19% Viscose, 15% Wool, 13% PC, 8% Polyester) / Moss fabric: 52% Cotton, 22% Viscose, 14% Acrylic, 6% Linen, 3% Polyester,
3% Nylon / Champion: 100% Polyester / Safire fabric: 43% Viscose, 17% Polyacrylic, 15% New wool, 9%, Cotton, 8% Linen, 8% Polyester
Dimensions: Height: 70cm (Seat Height: 40cm) x Depth: 86cm (Seat Depth: 56cm) x Length: 86cm
Delivery Time: Around 8/10 weeks
**** The fabrics shown that are available to buy have been carefully selected by Audo Copenhagen's design team as they work particularly well, many other fabrics are available so do get in touch if you want something different or need fabric samples ****
Based in the heart of Copenhagen, the design studio Norm Architects design timeless, minimalistic products and are proud of their Scandinavian roots. They design furniture and lighting for &Tradition and Audo Copenhagen with their aim being to create functional design that captures and inspires life. They have taken a creative role within the iconic British company Ercol, being major drivers in the new contemporary part or Ercol - L.Ercolani.