A new collection of lounge furniture by Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby offers a relaxed, contemporary attitude toward interior design.Share
A new collection of lounge furniture by Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby offers a relaxed, contemporary attitude toward interior design. The lounge furniture includes four individualised sized sofas and two complementary ottomans.
Available in a range of upholstery fabrics and leathers, the lounge furniture is distinguished by stitched seams that reinforce its architectural profile, softened by the curvature of cushions on each face. The signature leg of the furniture can be specified in chrome, red or a black-painted finish.
A compact version of the lounge range is available as an arm chair as well as a two seat sofa. Scaled for the workplace, this grouping features a lower back and reduced seat depth.
Frame: Plywood and solid wood. Elastic webbing seat suspension. Cushions: Different density foams for seat, back and arms. "Memory foam" for the upper seat to enhance the comfort. Upholstery: Slip covers in fabric are completely removable. Feet: Die casting adjustable aluminium feet. Chrome finish or lacquered in red or black.
Upholstered in a range of fabrics and leathers.
Armchair: 100cm W x 86cm D x 63.5cm H.
2 Seat Sofa: 186cm W x 102cm D x 71.5cm H.
3 Seat Sofa: 216cm W x 102cm D x 71.5cm H.
Asymmetric Sofa: 261cm W x102cm D x 71.5cm H.
Sofa with Chaise Longue 261cm W x102/164cm D x 71.5cm H.
4 Seat Sofa: 336cm W x 102cm D x 71.5cm H.
Compact Sofa 2 Seat: 164cm W x 86cm D x 63.5cm H.
Small Ottoman: 75cm W x 75cm D x 38.5cm H.
Medium Ottoman: 90cm W x 90cm D x 38.5cm H.
Internationally acclaimed designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby founded their London-based studio in 1996 after graduating from London's Royal College of Art. Their multidisciplinary practice challenges the boundaries of industrial design, architecture and art. Barber and Osgerby are Royal Designers for Industry (RDI) and were together awarded the prestigious Jerwood Applied Arts Prize in 2004. Both Honorary Doctors of Arts, the pair have lectured internationally and their work is held in permanent collections around the world including the V&A Museum, London; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; London's Design Museum; and the Art Institute of Chicago. A monograph The Design Work of Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby was published by Rizzoli in April 2011, shortly after the pair were appointed to design the London 2012 Olympic Torch. Their most recent project is a £2 coin commemorating the 150th anniversary of the London Underground in 2013.