KAMÓN | Sofa
Wooden leisure sofa
In the second year of her course at Konstfack, the University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm, Moni Beuchel was given the task of designing a piece of furniture for a selected furniture manufacturer. After careful consideration she designed a sofa to suit Karl Andersson & Söner. By chance, we got to see the model and contacted a pleasantly surprised Moni. After some adaptation, the result was Kamón Lounge (2001) armchair, sofa and bench in different lengths. 16 years later, Kamon Dinner incl. corner unit (2017) has now been developed.
Kamón Dinner is a sofa that offers a more upright sitting position and is suitable to use with tables ranging in height from 720-740 mm. The seat and back cushions are covered entirely in fabric or leather with no visible wood. The filling is polyether. Kamón Dinner also contains a corner unit that can be connected to the sofas. There is the option of having linking devices between sofas and between sofas and corner units. Power connectors can also be positioned near the legs on the front edge under the seat.
Kamón Lounge includes a sofa and easy chair offering a slightly lower sitting position making them suitable for use with coffee tables. The seat and back cushions are covered in fabric or leather with visible wood details. The filling is made of polyether.
Kamón Bench is a bench with seat cushions covered in fabric or leather with visible wood details. It is suitable for use with tables ranging in height from 720-740mm. The filling is made from polyether.
The legs for Kamón Dinner, Lounge and Bänk are made from solid oak, birch or ash, standard colors or stains on ash. Kamón Dinner, Lounge and Bänk come in lengths of 1300, 1950 and 2600 mm (Lounge and Bänk are also available in a length of 650 mm). As there is a space between the seats, it is easy to keep them free of crumbs, as they fall onto the floor instead. Kamón Dinner, Lounge and Bänk are perfect for staff areas, waiting rooms, lunch rooms, hotel and staff dining rooms, corridors, exhibition halls, lobbies, entrances etc.