Nest Sofa & Chair

“I wanted to design a sofa with an inviting corner that one can creep up in, almost like a bird in a nest,”
Jesper Ståhl

Designer Jesper Ståhl focuses on the details with his new family of upholstery furniture called ‘Nest’. The absence of cushions creates a focus on the sofa’s profile and its stitching. Thanks to its details, Nest has become a visually lighter item of furniture. With its strong pine frame, its upholstery that can sustain more than 100,000 on the Martindale rubbing test (where 35,000 Martindale is considered fully adequate for use in public spaces) and its generous height above the floor making it easy to vacuum clean, it is clearly well designed in the full sense of the word.

“Nest is an ordinary sofa, but a very good one,” Design House Stockholm’s managing director Anders Färdig sums it up. “We don’t need to reinvent the wheel every time that a designer puts pen to paper. Rather the reverse.