The Inland sofa and armchair are at the crossroads of Italian style and Scandinavian minimalism, a synthesis that Torbjørn Anderssen and Espen Voll have achieved by seeking the utmost comfort within a very rigorous aesthetic framework. The warm black steel base evokes the Nordic mid-century style. Also available in polished aluminium, the sofa and armchair are deep, with high armrests and generous cushions with a soft interior.
« The Inland sofa is a raised platform hovering above the ground," explains Voll, "with an elegant steel base. We see it as a versatile sofa with an adaptable and light presence»
The Inland range comprises a two- or three-seater sofa, an armchair and a footstool. Its upholstery is available in a wide range of fabrics and leathers.
Materials Solid element made from chipboard, plywood, hardboard and solid wood. Soft element in VB foam, HR foam, non-woven fabric, plastic belt, polyester wadding. Powder-coated steel legs.
Pouf AV32 112 x 78 x H37 cm Lounge chair AV21 100 x 96 x H67,5 cm
Sofa AV22 179 x 95,5 x H67,5 cm Sofa AV23 228 x 96 x H67,5 cm
Seat height 40 cm Seat depth 63 cm
AV21 Lounge chair
AV21 Lounge chair
Noble Black leather
Anderssen & Voll
Anderssen & Voll are among the most prominent and successful Norwegian designers. They have been named both Norwegian and Scandinavian designers of the year and have received numerous international awards for their work within furniture, lighting, and home accessories.
On Their Design Philosophy: “A good product builds and expands on tradition while simultaneously breaking the rules of said tradition. Modifications and elements of surprise, even changes that are less radical, stimulate thought and reflection, also who may not hold a particular interest in design. This tiny second of reflection is the window of opportunity where we can communicate with the users and that’s what we strive to tap into.”
The long-standing studio: The studio of Andersson & Voll is located in the heart of Oslo, housed in one of the oldest buildings in the area dating back to 1802 – a farm structure-cum-studio located next to the beautiful river of Akerselva, an area that is home to several design studios and art schools.