Design: Arne Vodder

Danish furniture design at its best

The well-known Danish furniture architect Arne Vodder designed this furniture series in 1957, but the beautiful architecture makes the furniture timeless with a fixed and flexible design form.
nielaus antistress daybed

H: 40 cm      L: 200 cm      D: 80 cm


Frame | Solid frame in beech wood with rubber supports

Seat cushion | Pantera foam


70-stainless brushed steel,
90-black powder coated

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Wool | Chenille, velor, polyester | Cotton, linen | Mix | Structure

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Semi-aniline | Aniline | Vintage Honed Aniline | Nubuck

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A beautiful design from all sides

The elegant steel construction creates a floating look for the tightly designed cushions with sharp, clean lines. The series consists of poufs, lounge chairs and sofas in both leather and fabric in all colours, and the furniture series creates a colorful and beautiful design element.

"It is one of our most beautifully designed pieces of furniture with Danish design at its very best"

The furniture is equally striking from the front, from the side and from the back, which makes it ideal for any living or lounge area in private homes, businesses such as e.g. hotels, as well as public buildings and hospitals.

A little about designer Arne Vodder

Arne Vodder (16 February 1926-2009), educated at the School of Interior Design with Niels Vodder in the 1940s.
Further education as an architect at the Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen in 1947, and from 1951 to 1976 had his own design studio together with architect Anton Borg. Together, they developed a type house system that has become widely used.
From 1953 he designed furniture i.a. for Cado, France & Søn, Fritz Hansen and Subast. For a number of years he was also in-house architect for the Copenhagen department store "Havemanns".
Arne Vodder has had separate exhibitions in Copenhagen, Stockholm, Brussels, Rotterdam, London, New York, Zurich and Bern. He has exhibited several times at the joiners' guild's exhibitions, and has been awarded at the Triennale in Milan.