Mid-Century Modern Sofa Attributed to Finn Juhl for Baker
A timeless Mid-Century Modern Sofa attributed to Finn Juhl ( Danish 1912- 1989) for Baker. The sofa features sculptural shape inspired by the Modern free art. The seat and back of the sofa are separated creating forms and resting on a wooden lightly tapered legs. The upholstery is made of cashmere in yellow and light gray. The Sofa was designed by Juhl in 1951 for Baker Furniture Company, Michigan and presented to the American design community by Edgar Kaufmann Jr, an art collector and director of the Industrial Design Department at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
The elegant sofa will be the center of any room and will elevate the style of your interiors by adding modernity and style.
About Finn Juhl:
Finn Juhl (30 January 1912 – 17 May 1989) was a Danish architect, interior and industrial designer, most known for his furniture design. He was one of the leading figures in the creation of Danish design in the 1940s and he was the designer who introduced Danish modern to America.
Dimensions: 33” H x 74” W x 31” D
Seat Hight: 15”
Style: Mid-Century Modern
Condition: Good. Reupholstered. Refinished. Wear consistent with age and use. Minor fading.
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