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DAYBED

23.980,00 kr

A TIMELESS CLASSIC         
The Daybed, handmade in Denmark, is the crown jewel of HANDVÄRK’s collection. Uncompromising on material, style and craftsmanship, the piece is produced by hand in HANDVÄRK’s workshop and covered in smooth leather by our local Danish upholsterer. The stern frame adds a Nordic character. Each daybed is meticulously made to order and can be finished in custom leather if desired.

By Emil Thorup

MEASUREMENTS & MATERIALS
Seat: D: 85cm x L: 186cm H: 31cm - Weight 35 kg. 
Top: Leather mounted on plywood, high density foam and feathers

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Frame
Black Frame
Brass Frame
Leather
Black Leather
Aniline Leather
Vegetal Leather
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Delivery

Delivery in Denmark is always free of charge. Delivery within the EU for €50

”A daybed is perhaps the most beautiful piece of furniture, without a real function - it’s pure purpose is to please the eye. When I created this object, I wanted to design a clean and streamlined piece of furniture that would stand out, but at the same time fit the aesthetics of many modern homes”

Daybed

Black Frame - Black Leather, here shown with Coffee Table 90 and Original Side Table both in green marble

Leather

In a world often filled with artificiality, leather is natural, authentic, with a universal appeal that transcends time. We only work with genuine 100% leather of exceptional quality.

Leather exudes exclusivity and can transform an object into something exceptional. Unlike a material that’s mass produced, each piece of leather is one of a kind. As a natural material, leather requires looking after. If you care for the leather in the right way, it will become even more beautiful over time

Design by Emil Thorup

Founder of HANDVÄRK and the designer of the first collection of furniture, autodidactic 35-year old Emil Thorup was formerly a celebrated TV-Host, with a lifelong passion for architecture and design. He is greatly inspired by the Bauhaus movement and strives to minimize unnecessary theatrics in his design, still pursuing a Nordic warmth.