Daybed model 700, brass
- Thorup, Emil
- HA003 Delivery time : 2 à 4 weeks
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Daybed model 700 with brass details.
The Daybed, made in Denmark, is the crown jewel of HANDVÄRK’s debut collection. Uncompromising on material, style and craftsmanship, the piece is produced by hand in HANDVÄRK’s workshop and covered in velvet-smooth aniline leather by a local Danish upholsterer. The sleek black frame adds the Nordic essence. Each daybed is meticulously made to order, and can be finished in custom leather or fabric if desired.
Top: Aniline Leather/fabric mounted on plywood, high density foam and feathers. Black aniline leather. Brown Aniline Leather. Vegetal Aniline Leather. Grey Velvet. Lead time 5 - 6 weeks. The product is delivered in flat packages and is 90% assembled. It only requires a screwdriver to finalise.
|Dimensions||D 85 cm. L 186 cm. H 31 cm.|
|Material||Upholstery: Aniline LeatherBase: Powder coated steel, brass|
Emil Thorup is the founder of HANDVÄRK. The 34 year-old self-taught architect and designer nurtures a passion for design and aesthetics since he was a child. Since then, Thorup has been working with the danish studio LW Design, mostly specialized in designing hotels and housing. They have many agencies around the world, in Hong Kong, Sao Paulo and Dubaï.
More recently, Emil Thorup has been developping a series of prefabricaded luxurious villas for a prestigious danish company. This concept is based on his very first residential production, the « Nordic Noir » house.
Launched in 2015, HANDVÄRK has been acclaimed by press and recognized amongst designers. His scandinavian minimalism expresses itself through materials such as leather, brass and marble. His creations have granted him more than 50 publications in 8 countries within 6 weeks.
Emil Thorup is currently working on the next HANDVÄRK collection, and from what we know, he’s introducing new materials such as slate, granite, pink gold and velvet.