Mid-Century Modern Ecru and Wooden Frame Two Seater by GiroflexVintage Objects
Gorgeous 1970's two seater sofa with it's original ecru upholstery in great condition. Designed by Martin Stoll for the Swiss furniture manufacturer Giroflex known for their trendsetting and outstanding quality. The sofa has a great sit, very comfortable and solid.
Height. : 29.53 in. (75 cm)
Width. : 58.27 in. (148 cm)
Depth. : 33.86 in. (86 cm)
Seat Height : 16.54 in. (42 cm)
In 1872 Albert Stoll I established a chair factory in Koblenz which focused on the production of bentwood chairs for cafés, hotels and stores. Starting in 1919, his son, Albert Stoll ll, concentrated on the development and production of office chairs. In 1926, he invented the "Federdreh" (Spring swivel), which quickly became famous and was patented worldwide. This was the first swivel chair with a suspension system. The brand name "Giroflex" (turn and flex) can be traced back to this invention. In 1948 the brand name “Giroflex” was introduced. In 1949 Giroflex began to expand abroad: moves into Belgium and Brazil were followed by the establishment of additional locations in Germany, the Netherlands and France. The production facility and the centre for research and development are still located in Koblenz today.
The sofa will be shipped insured overseas in a custom made wooden crate. Cost of transport to the US is crate included. Cost of transport Euro 1.750,00