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Featherston Sofa - Black

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  • Featherston Sofa Black image.
  • Featherston Sofa Black image.

Featherston Sofa - Black

Delivered 10 - 16 weeks

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Express yourself and improve your decor with this mid-century inspired love seat designed by Victorian craftsman Grant Featherston in 1951. Considered an icon of Australian Furniture design with a worldwide reputation. The characteristic of this chair epitomizes Featherston’s fascination with nature and the simplistic design has contributed to this lounge chair becoming an iconic piece of Australia furniture design.

Featherston Sofa
Featherston Sofa


Combine style and comfort with the timeless Featherston Sofa Premium Style. Designed by Designer Editions exactly as the original design. A quality piece with a premium quality fibreglass shell that sculpts the body, cashmere wool upholstery and solid wood legs. Available in black, deep red and grey, this contemporary yet chic Featherston Sofa is perfect as an occasional or lounge chair, and is suitable for all commercial, hospitality and residential interiors. High seatbacks and low slung arms lend shape to the profile of the sofa, this piece is guaranteed to be the focal point of any room. 


Featherston Sofa
  • Frame: Upholstered, Cashmere Colours
  • Legs: Wood Base
  • Style: Iconic Design
  • Fabric: Wool 
  • Warranty: 5 Years
  • Assembly: Fully
  • Instructions: N/A
  • Care: Vacum
  • Clean: Dust Cleaner
  • Dimension: Width 131cm, Depth 72cm, Height 98cm
  • Seat Dimension: Height 33cm 
  • Packing Dimension: Width 135.5cm, Depth 79cm, Height 100cm
  • CBM: 1.06 Product Weight: 28kg
Inspired By

Grant Featherston

Grant Featherston was born in Geelong, Victoria in 1922 and was considered one of Australia’s best known designers. His furniture has win many Good Design Awards. Before serving the army, he was a self-taught Australian designer who worked in lighting and glass panels before specializing in furniture. His works have been featured in numerous museum exhibits and his modernist chairs, which had been featured in prominent Australian galleries such as the Peter Bray Gallery, are highly collectable works. His work has been featured in several museum retrospectives of post-war furniture and his designs still inspire modern designers of today.

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