Kaare Klint's Addition Sofa, with rhomboid panels created by leather pleats, embodies his systematic design approach, using geometry and mathematics to achieve ideal shapes, proportions, and overall balance.
Inspired by French Rococo sofas, Klint refined his design for presentation at the Copenhagen Cabinetmaker's Guild exhibition in 1933. The sofa quickly earned accolades for its simple construction and sophisticated upholstery, and today remains a coveted choice for modern interiors.
Designer: Kaare Klint, 1933 Manufacturer: Carl Hansen & Son Dimensions: 36.2"w | 27.6"d | 31.1"h | 14.6"h seat
Solid wood frame crafted from sustainably forested oak or walnut
Seat and back upholstered in fine leather with matching leather covered buttons