Beech, oak, walnut or teak
2 person / 3 person
Reintroducing an exclusive and rare design from Vilhelm Lauritzen.
Designed in 1936 for the foyer of The Royal Danish Academy of Music (Radiohus), Lauritzen’s gesamtkunstwerk, the Radiohus Sofa is a proud symbol of Danish functionalism and modernism much like the building itself. The elegant design eschewed the conservative, straight lines of the time in favour of a more futuristic expression, with curved lines and a welcoming, open construction. One of Lauritzen’s most important furniture designs, MENU now reissues the sofa to a modern audience.
Beautiful from all angles, its elegant wooden frame is long and slender, supporting a beautifully upholstered seat and back that are shaped to cradle the body as it sits. Neat rows of buttons extend across the upholstered back, highlighting the exactness of the design.
A piece of furniture that requires space, its imaginative form has a sculptural quality. The Radiohus Sofa is available in the two original models, P2 (L: 215 cm) and P3 (L: 258 cm) with two and three sets of legs respectively. It is offered in a wide range of upholstery fabrics and the choice between a frame in beech, oak, walnut and teak.