Greta M. Grossman (1906-1999) was a Swedish designer and architect who emigrated to the USA in the 1940s. An enthusiastic proponent of European modernism, Grossman played a significant role in defining the aesthetic of mid-century Californian design. Today, her designs are highly collectable and much sought after, and are noted for their lightness of form and elegant lines.
Designed in 1949, the Modern Line sofa collection bears all the hallmarks of Grossman's sophisticated minimalism, and was particularly praised for being representative of her roots in Scandinavian design. Grossman herself noted that that the design evolved "out of our own preference for living in a modern way."
Modern Line was also a pioneering product in terms of its use of new materials and technology, taking advantage of industrialised upholstering methods and championing the use of Nozag springs.
A Modern Line lounge chair is also available from the 'More products in this range' section below.
A range of upholstery fabrics are available; see downloadable Gubi upholstery sheet for details. Please enquire for guidance and samples. Please note that untreated fabric groups are subject to an upcharge for fireproof coating
Black powder coated or brass feet rod 1.3cm diameter.
Two-seat: 180w x 83d x 41/70cmh
Three-seat: 240w x 83d x 41/70cmh
Four-seat: 300w x 83d x 41/70cmh
Seat height: 41cm
Made-to-order: 8-10 weeks
Non-Mainland UK and International options available in basket