Unfurl Convertible SofaPrice: $1,134.00
Design by Per Weiss, 2011.
A compact, modern convertible sofa in an understated durable design. This youthful silhouette with seat back cutout detailing and ultraslim wood taper legs is intended to have appeal across generations and to last just as long. Unfurl converts to a sofabed in a matter of seconds with Innovation's cutting edge design. Set the seat back to relax or sleep positions, depending upon your needs. The sofa features the exclusive Icomfort mattress. Its combination of high quality steel frames and pocket springs is topped with a layer of quality foam and a layer of heavy fiber fill, for 7" of thick mattress offering supreme comfort.
Select Natch Natural or Natch Brown/Black upholstery over walnut stained wood legs.
All covers are removable. Dry cleaning is recommended.
Standard Delivery is Curbside. White Glove service is available at a premium and must be requested at the time of order placement. Please contact our Sales Department for rates.
Material(s): Matte black powder coated metal frame and walnut stained wood legs
- Upright: 79" W X 37" D X 31" H
- Folded Down: 79" W X 47" D X 15" H
- Seat Height: 15"
- Approximate Bed Size Equivalent: Twin Bed
Started sagging within a week
By: Cristina, Renter (Providence, RI, USA)
Shortly after we purchased and began using the Unfurl Convertible Sofa, it started to sag where my husband sits most often. He's only 170 pounds so this seems like wear the sofa should be able to bounce back from. Six months later, it sags 2-3 inches in the middle. It should be reinforced underneath so this doesn't happen. It's comfortable and firm, but we're really disappointed it doesn't keep its shape.
Designer: Per Weiss
Per Weiss was born in 1959 in Denmark and is the Director of Innovation Design Office International. As an all-round creative person, he started his career as a professional musician, while already studying at the School of Architecture in Aarhus. Then giving a higher priority to his design visions, he worked for Danish architects, Friis & Moltke and Schmidt-Hammer & Lassen. In 1988 he graduated as an industrial designer. Since 1989 Per Weiss has been the head of Innovation Design Office and responsible for concept, product design and marketing. Per Weiss likes to express his creativity on a variety of platforms.
"My approach to industrial design is multiple and holistic. Design cannot be seen as an isolated mission and the creative process should not be fragmented by artificial professional boundaries. This is why I work full scale conceptual, starting with strategy and trend-spotting over design and graphics to photography and layout. Inspiration and insight grows out of this dynamic working situation, shaping designs that actually affect the target group."View other products by Per Weiss
Innovation. Combining decades of experience in the furniture business with an eagerness to evolve and surprise.
Innovation was founded in 1971 in Denmark by Flemming Hoejfeldt, who is still the owner and Chairman of the company. Inspired by his personal experience with the first production communities of the flower power generation, he started the company with a production of beanbags. For 15 years Innovation functioned as a supplier for the furniture industry, but at the end of the 80's the desire to produce its own designs took over.
The company began its new direction with a competition among design students at the School of Architecture in Aarhus and ended up with a concept for contemporary sofa sleepers. As the concept grew, Innovation was rewarded with several design prizes and engaged in a very fruitful cooperation with the famous Danish designer, Verner Panton.
Innovation USA was founded in 1991 and today is an international furniture enterprise with production facilities in Denmark and China. Their designs are available around the globe.
As an international company, Innovation considers it their duty to contribute to better working conditions and a cleaner environment for all. Innovation has a certified environmental profile and all recyclable waste, like cardboard, plastic, iron and metal, is separated and used in other productions. Residual, combustible waste is incinerated in low-pollution plants. Packaging is reduced to the minimum needed for safe transportation. By embracing their environmental responsibility, Innovation designs have a clear vision for the future. Now that's evolved.View other products from Innovation