5 Framed Sofas and Armchairs

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June 4, 2014
Structure comes forward in this armada of architecturally inclined sofas and armchairs.
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  Coedition of France debuted its inaugural line this year. Prolific designer Patricia Urquiola created the Altay, which sports a glossy black coat on its beech frame. Picture courtesy of Coedition.
    Coedition of France debuted its inaugural line this year. Prolific designer Patricia Urquiola created the Altay, which sports a glossy black coat on its beech frame. Picture courtesy of Coedition.
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  Superkink chairs by Osko + Deichmann for Blå Station. Tubular steel pieces often feature a gentle bend, but the Swedish manufacturer Blå Station creases the corners as an angular statement. Comes in fabric or leather upholstery. Picture courtesy of Blå Station.
    Superkink chairs by Osko + Deichmann for Blå Station. Tubular steel pieces often feature a gentle bend, but the Swedish manufacturer Blå Station creases the corners as an angular statement. Comes in fabric or leather upholstery. Picture courtesy of Blå Station.
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  Fly sofa SC3 by Space Copenhagen for &Tradition. Movable cushions make it easy to get comfortable on this dowel-backed looker. Choose from white oiled oak or a darker smoked-wood version. Picture courtesy of &tradition.
    Fly sofa SC3 by Space Copenhagen for &Tradition. Movable cushions make it easy to get comfortable on this dowel-backed looker. Choose from white oiled oak or a darker smoked-wood version. Picture courtesy of &tradition.
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  Elysia lounge chair by Luca Nichetto for De La Espada. A frame in solid American black walnut or European ash hugs a padded seat and backrest. Fabric upholstery options include blue, red, and dove gray. Picture courtesy of De La Espada.
    Elysia lounge chair by Luca Nichetto for De La Espada. A frame in solid American black walnut or European ash hugs a padded seat and backrest. Fabric upholstery options include blue, red, and dove gray. Picture courtesy of De La Espada.
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  Yas by Samuel Accoceberry for Bosc. Historically, stilt walking was a common way to move through wet terrain in the Gascony region of southwestern France. Bosc, a local furniture maker, uses this reference for its eiderdown-filled sofa. Picture courtesy of Bosc.
    Yas by Samuel Accoceberry for Bosc. Historically, stilt walking was a common way to move through wet terrain in the Gascony region of southwestern France. Bosc, a local furniture maker, uses this reference for its eiderdown-filled sofa. Picture courtesy of Bosc.

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