The DEFINE Sofa was designed by 365° North for Wendelbo. With a clean and minimalist design, DEFINE is composed of rectangular and flat modules with a “crevice” along the edge to connect back elements and add cushions to the sofa. The backrest elements thus remain mobile and can be placed diagonally, across or parallel to the edge of the sofa.
Structure interior Frame made of solid wood and MDF with zigzag
Structure padding High resilient variable density polyurethane foam
Seat cushion High resilient variable polyurethane foam & fiber
Back 100% down/feathers. Backrest & back cushion included.
Legs Black powder coated steel
Maintenance We recommend shaking and fluffing-up the cushions regularly to maintain the shape. This should be done after removing the cushions from the structure for improved air circulation. For maintenance of fabric and leather, please contact us.
Heigh 80cm – Seat Height 40cm
Free samples (against deposit)
Thanks to the modular system and the wide choice of upholstery options, the DEFINE Sofa can be customized according to your wishes. The modules can be used independently or combined with each other. Backrest(s) & back cushion(s) included.
Module 1 – 234 x 121 cm
Module 2 – 280 x 121 cm
Module 3 – 202 x 121 cm
Module 4 – 202 x 121 cm
Module 5 – 121 x 121 cm
Module 6 – 121 x 121 cm
Extra backrest – 67 x H30 cm
Extra cushion – 70 x 40 cm
365° North is a Danish studio founded in 2015 in Aarhus by Henrik Pedersen. Graduated as a fashion designer in 1990, Henrik Pedersen uses a wide variety of knowledge to craft different types of design. He often uses his interest in mathematics as well as his vast experience. Expert and visionary, he quickly understands the potential of new designs.
365° North defends an international approach and traditional Nordic know-how while bringing a touch of innovation and timelessness to each creation. Their core business is lifestyle-based design, ranging from furniture to lighting.
"My main inspiration is neo-Scandinavian design, influenced by the mood of London and the humor of Amsterdam, often with fusion elements, which allows me to combine materials and functions in new and original ways, while pursuing a pure and simple look." explains Henrik Pedersen.