Designer: Olli Borg
Description: this convertible sofa, with Scandinavian shapes, was designed in the fifties by Olli Borg, Finnish interior architect and edited by Asko (label and stamp producer under the seat, pictures n°9 and 10). It is composed of a structure in black tinted wood, a back and a seat covered with a grey linen fabric.
As its name indicates, this seat is convertible, it unfolds easily to accommodate 2 persons (photo n°6).
Condition: this product is in good vintage condition.
Restoration: the foam and the fabric have been changed by our upholsterer partner.
Height: 71 cm
Seating height: 42 cm
Length: 190 cm
Depth: 77 cm
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