- 230 cm
- 66 cm
- 75 cm
- Seat height
- 40 cm
The Just sofa has a four-position adjustable back support. It’s perfect for half-lying, easily transformed into a sofa bed, and also surprisingly practical as a normal sofa.
Strong ideas, elegant design. The Swedish designer Lars Pettersson creates ingenious furniture with a modern, international idiom. Like the sofa bedJust, with a back support that can be adjusted in four stages. Apart from being perfect for half-lying and easily transformed into a sofa bed, it is surprisingly practical as a normal sofa as well. The beautiful graphic open centre between the seat cushions and back support means that dust and dirt are not collected there. The sofa is self-cleaning!
Lars Pettersson was born in 1969 and trained as an architect and interior designer in Stockholm, as well as in industrial design in Helsinki. He runs his own company, Lars Pettersson Design studio, and works with furniture design, interior design, architecture and stage design for both Swedish and international clients.
Lars Pettersson has participated in many exhibitions and has won several prizes and awards for his furniture, including the Habitare Competition.
Many modernist architects were universal designers with not only a clear understanding of designing houses, but also the interior, the furniture and almost the clothes the owners might wear. Swedese's founder, Yngve Ekström, was no exception. Together with names including Alvar Aalto, Bruno Mathsson, Arne Jacobsen and Poul Kjaerholm, Yngve Ekström was at the core of a generation of designers who made the concept "Scandinavian Modern" famous all over the world. With a keen eye, he designed Swedese's furniture, he designed together with L + M Architects also the head office building, logo, catalogues and personalised Christmas cards including their own poems. And so on.
The most well known design of Yngve Ekström's extensive portfolio is the Lamino armchair from 1956, which is still manufactured and sold all over the world. In 1999 the Lamino was voted the Twentieth Century's Best Swedish Furniture Design by the Swedish interior design magazine Sköna Hem.