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77 Sofa | Two and Three Seater | Finn Juhl | 1953

77 Sofa | Two and Three Seater | Finn Juhl | 1953

The 77 Sofa has a simple expression and is characterized by a streamlined, industrial style. It is easily recognized by its slender, almost invisible legs in burnished steel. It is upholstered by hand in textile and comes with springs in the firm seat. The back cushions are removable.

Wood Type
Upholstery
Tonica
Vils
Steel Legs

Please note that the actual colours and materials may vary due to different screen balances and settings. While the version shown is supposed to be viewed only as an example, individual material photos can be found via our material page.

Product details

Design:

Finn Juhl

Year:

1953, relaunched in 2012

Materials:

Legs: Burnished steel with toes in oak or walnut.

Upholstery:

Textile

Dimensions:

W: 192 cm | D: 76 cm | H: 77 cm
Seat height: 42 cm
W: 133 cm, D: 76 cm, H: 77 cm
Seat height: 42 cm

The 77 Sofa has a simple expression and is characterized by a streamlined, industrial style. It is easily recognized by its slender, almost invisible legs in burnished steel. It is upholstered by hand in textile and comes with springs in the firm seat. The back cushions are removable.

Product details

Design:

Finn Juhl

Year:

1953, relaunched in 2012

Materials:

Legs: Burnished steel with toes in oak or walnut.

Upholstery:

Textile

Dimensions:

W: 192 cm | D: 76 cm | H: 77 cm
Seat height: 42 cm
W: 133 cm, D: 76 cm, H: 77 cm
Seat height: 42 cm

About the 77 Sofa

Streamlined Comfort

During the 1950s, Finn Juhl designed a series of furniture for the company Bovirke. This series is characterized by a streamlined, industrial style. It is easily recognizable by its slender, almost invisible legs in burnished steel, as well as the use of wood and colors with Finn Juhl’s sense of detail.

Finn Juhl himself used the 77 Sofa in his showroom apartment in the Bellahøj high-rise building complex as well as in many of the 33 SAS terminals he designed between 1957 and 1961.

The 77 Sofa with 'Canvas' upholstery in the colour '134' and '174' on the cushions.
Catalogue photo from the mid 50s showing the 77 Sofa with contrasting textiles.
The 77 Sofa with 'Watercolour' upholstery in the colour 'Dark Chocolate' and 'Mojave' on the cushions.
The 77 Sofa with 'Watercolour' upholstery in the colour 'Dark Chocolate' and 'Mojave' on the cushions.