Fritz Hansen Favn 3 Seater Sofa

Jaime Hayon

Derived from the Danish term for ’embrace’, the Favn™ sofa is a design collaboration between designer Jaime Hayon and Fritz Hansen. Its open and rounded curves are intended to appeal and invite – the perfect setting for relaxation, work and everything in-between.

  • Materials: The FavnTM sofa comes in a wide range of textiles. Single textile or a mix of three textiles; one textile for the shell and base, a second for the seat and back cushions and third textile for the small decorative cushions. The four legs are made of brushed aluminium and a set of large felt glides (for soft wooden floors) comes with the sofa as a standard. Comes with 2 decorative cushions.
    • Dimensions: Height: 88cm x Width: 221cm x Depth: 93cm (Seat height: 42cm / Arm height: 60cm)
    • Delivery Time: Around 10 weeks
    • Fabric Options
    • Christianshavn - Fritz Hansen is proud to present Christianshavn, their exclusive textile designed in house. Christianshavn is a timeless and tone in tone collection of colors that over time can develop as the collection expands. With Christianshavn, Fritz Hansen aims to set trends and design directions interpreted by Fritz Hansen for Fritz Hansen, ensuring that it compliments all our products.
    • Category 1: Canvas (Only Seat, Back and Cushions), Capture, Diablo (Only Seat, Back and Cushions), Fame and Tonus
    • *** When ordering Please select Fabric Option from dropdown and then in the notes on the order add your upholstery selection you want or we will be in touch once we have the order to confirm. You can see all available fabric options by clicking on  links above ***
    Designed By

    Jaime Hayon is a Spanish artist and designer who was born in 1974 in Madrid. After his industrial design studies in Madrid and Paris, in 1997 he became part of the Fabrica, founded by Benetton design and communication academy in Italy, where he led the design department until 2003. In 2000, Hayon founded his own studio and dedicated himself entirely from 2003 to his personal projects. Today he is one of the world's most respected designers.