Modern Line Sofa - Greta Grossman, 1949 | 2015
Modern Line was one of Greta Grossman's most elegant and minimalistic designs and was praised in particular for being representative of her background in Scandinavian design. Her timeless sofa collection has a sleek, feminine and light expression that is supported with elegant slender legs, which is a true signature for Grossman’s designs. In her own words, the sofa was “developed out of our own preferences for living in a modern way.” Modern Line was also at the forefront of championing Nozag springs, new materials, and technology. The sofa was one of the first to use industrialized technology for upholstery of sofas. The Modern Line sofa collection consists of a lounge chair, 2-seater, 3-seater and 4- seater sofa, and will be available in a wide range of fabrics. Grossman's designs can be seen at museums worldwide, including MoMA in New York and The National Museum in Stockholm.
Collection of armless sofas and a lounge chair in full upholstery in a selection of graded-in fabrics
Sofa 182: 71.7"w 32.7"d 26.8"h 16.1"seat ht
Sofa 240: 94.5"w 32.7"d 26.8"h 16.1"seat ht
Sofa 300: 118.1"w 32.7"d 26.8"h 16.1"seat ht
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