The L.Ercolani Studio Couch doubles both as an elegant day couch and a pragmatic bedding solution for overnight guests.
Should the need arise, the Studio Couch can be easily transformed into a remarkably comfortable single bed for visitors. Designed by Lucian Ercolani in 1956, the Studio Couch is a charming and practical addition to the 21st century home. Combining the warm allure of natural ash with the soothing tactility of foam upholstery, the Studio Couch is a standout piece from L.Ercolani’s early design portfolio. Equal parts beautiful and functional, this versatile day bed features traditional spindle details and a simple, ergonomic backrest fashioned from a singular piece of carved wood. An arched, steam-bent ash rod stabilizes the armrests and webbing adds strength and support to the settee’s frame. With soft, rounded edges and gently tapered feet, the Studio Couch imbues its environment with a sense of comfort and calm. Constructed in solid ash, the Studio Couch is offered in nine bespoke finishes, including a soothing natural finish and the new, bold Modern Tones series by Christian Møller Andersen. Inspired by the modernist design movement, the Modern Tones series imbues a rich, tactile warmth and sensory allure - reconstructing the visual appeal of classic forms in new, often unexpected ways.
Material: Solid wood, available with a natural ash or colour stained finish. Upholstered in various fabrics learn more about fabrics by clicking on 'Fabric & Leather' Sheet below
Sizes:Height: 85cm x Width: 206cm x Depth: 88cm (Seat Height: 46cm)
Delivery Time:Around 8/10 weeks
*** When ordering please enter the fabric name on the checkout page (the options can be seen on the Fabric & Leather sheet that can be clicked below). If not we will get in touch with you to confirm the colourway you require
*** If you need samples of the wood or fabric click the link below in the 'Help & Advice' button and fill in your details, we will then arrange for them to be sent to you ***
Lucian ErcolaniLucian Randolph Ercolani was an Italian furniture designer born in St Angelo in Tuscany, Italy. In later life he emigrated to London with his family. He began his career in furniture manufacture with the Salvation Army joinery department, later joining Frederick Parker. He went on to form Ercol in 1920.