The Danish designer Erik Ole Jørgensen’s style is simplicity combined with a great understanding for the tactile qualities of textiles and furniture.
With its high level of craftsmanship and attention to detail, the EJ 315 sofa and chair presents Danish design at its best. The upholstery has been carried out with beautiful precision and the back of the sofa is adorned with no less than 180 hand-sewn buttons.
Designed in 1975, the EJ 315 still stands as the archetype of a Danish box sofa. The sofa can be designed uniquely with buttons in a contrast colour, in either textile or leather, as well as the legs being available in various types of wood and processing.
Erik Ole Jørgensen was a trained upholsterer. He had a real flair for the tactile qualities of textiles and furniture, and in the 1940s he worked for the legendary designer Kaare Klint for a number of years. Erik Ole Jørgensen’s style is simple and functional and positions him as one of the finest Danish furniture designers of his time. He took part in exhibitions all over the world and received several awards for his carefully designed furniture.