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Børge Mogensen 2333 Sofa (3-seater)

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  • Danish design classic from 1971
  • Elegance and comfort
  • Handcrafted in high-grade materials

Børge Mogensen 2333 Sofa (3-seater)

The 2333 Sofa (3-seater) is part of Børge Mogensen’s final furniture collection. Created in 1971 the clearly defined simplicity of the sofa follows the established principles of Mogensen’s acclaimed design vision. The thick, padded cushions provide the necessary comfort for a relaxed seating experience and the spacious structure of the sofa makes it the ideal furniture for bigger interiors. The solid design resonates the sophisticated outlook of this elegant piece, which embodies the final and most refined stage of Mogensen’s technical and design skills.

ItaliaDesigns produces the popular 2333 Sofa (3-seater) in quality classic or premium leather, available in several colours. The legs are made in a selection of solid wood.

Additional Information

SKU 1284
Height 70 cm
Width 228 cm
Depth 88 cm

About the Designer

Borge Mogensen

Borge Mogensen

Born in Aalborg in 1914, Børge Mogensen played an intrinsic role in bringing Danish design to the forefront of international consciousness. Together with colleagues such as Arne Jacobsen and Hans Wegner, Mogensen created such new-found international respect for Danish furniture design.
Mogensen’s simple and functional designs have enjoyed worldwide demand for more than half a century. His time spent as a cabinetmaker generated a self-respect towards traditional design values, however the Dane subtly incorporated Modernist vision and styles to forge a popular signature blend. He was highly motivated by functionality and thrived towards engaging an interaction between his pieces and their users. This was vital to Mogensen and is evident throughout his work.
Showcased in numerous museums and galleries worldwide, Mogensen’s career highlight was being awarded the title of Honorary Royal Designer for Industry in London, 1972.