Faborg sofa bed.


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Scandinavian convertible Faborg sofa bed by Danish designer Per Weiss.

Bed size: 140 x 195 cm

Faborg is multifunctional living made easy. This compact, upholstered piece of furniture delivers a comfortable seat for two as its No-zag spring mattress provides an even and supportive seating and sleeping comfort. It opens out into the room, effectively optimizing your living space while demanding minimal space.  When converting the sofa into a bed, simply lift out the base, place the back cushion in the gap and ready is the Faborg sofa bed for a comfortable nap or a good night’s sleep for two persons. 

The No-zag Spring provides an even and soft comfort ideal for sofa seats and backrests. The thick layer of high resilient foam enhances the comfort of the spring to ensure a great sleeping experience as well.

For optimal comfort we recommend the addition of a mattress pad!

The 5 cm thick mattress overlay of 25 kg density foam provides a uniform and soft sleeping surface. Its cover is made of breathable fabric, removable and machine washable at 60 ° C. It comes with a storage bag. Sold in extra 

This sofa is delivered partially assembled.

Assembly service on request: + €90

5 year warranty.

Condition New. On demand. Delivery time 4 to 8 weeks.
Dimensions H : 81 cm. W : 159 cm D : 91 cm. H seat : 43 cm. Bed : 140 x 195 cm, H 42 cm
Material Fabric, solid oak legs
Style Contemporain
Origin Denmark
Fournisseur Innovation dk

Per Weiss

The Danish designer, Per Weiss was born in 1959 in Denmark and is the Creative Director of Innovation Living Design Office International. As an all-round creative person, he started his career as a professional musician, while already studying at the School of Architecture in Aarhus. Then giving a higher priority to his design visions, he worked for some of the famous Danish architects, Friis & Moltke and Schmidt, Hammer & Lassen.

In 1988 he graduated as an industrial designer. He has been part of the company since 1989 and is the driving force behind the constant creative development of the collections. Inspired by a Scandinavian design tradition as well as fashion and lifestyle trends, he creates long-lasting design with a contemporary appeal.