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Designed 1962 / 2021

Clean, fresh, elegant.

Simply slim, clean lines, an elegant base and the single row of buttons as a finishing touch. There is such a thing as timeless design. With its pleasant, slightly raised and no too deep seat, the 070 provides a graceful contrast to all the excessive, soft and low lounge sofas of today.

In 2021, Artifort is set to add new options to the iconic 070 series, tailored for the business and residential markets. Original compositions dating back to 1962 will return to the collection, including a straight sofa with tabletop, a daybed with optional tabletop and the option of combining these into various configurations.

This gives architects the freedom they need to create inspirational waiting, meeting and lounging areas. The sofa’s active seating comfort means that it is even suitable for concentrated work. All you need do is move a worktable up to the sofa in offices, public spaces and at home.

Artifort heritage
The 070 was designed in 1962 by Kho Liang Ie, who was Artifort’s aesthetic director at the time. His eye for detail and functional approach yielded an elegantly simple and functional system used to create compositions that can be combined to form arrangements for the project and residential markets. The possibilities inherent in the 070 arrangements inspired the famous Schiphol Airport furnishings in the 1960s. The 070 was re-released in 2008, and we can confidently say that the modernist design has lost none of its power.

070 compositions
The 070 sofa programme consists of an armchair, a 2- and 2.5-seater sofa, a 2- and 2.5-seater sofa with tabletop, and a 2- and 2.5-seater daybed and a 2- and 2.5-seater with tabletop.

Each composition is available with or without armrests, or with an armrest only on the left or right side.

Seat height
Standard seat height is 44 cm.

The sofa programme offers options for creating your own personal configuration by combining multiple compositions. This provides space for two to 20 seats or more. The compositions are connected using a connector set.

Extensive programme of colours and fabrics, both in fabric and leather. The 070 is upholstered with round buttons by default. Upholstery without buttons is also an option.

Base materials
The metal 4-legged frame is finished in powder coating or chrome.

Table top
Choice of materials including solid oak finished in an oil colour, or MDF with an HPL top layer in Fenix laminate.

Electrical outlets
Optional with 2x USB net spot or power point in the tabletop. The power outlet is positioned in the centre of the surface, close to the upholstered part of the sofa.


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Measurements:Show Metric
Dimensions (imperial)
Daybed 2-Seater: H 28.75 x L 51.19 inches
Daybed with Table: H 28.75 x L 79.93 inches
Daybed 2.5 Seater: H 28.75 x L 73.63 inches
Daybed with Table: H 28.75 x L 101.97 inches
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Kho Liang Ie was one of the most important influencers and protoganists of the Artifort DNA. Kho Liang Ie (1927 Magelang, Indonesia) came to the Netherlands around 1949, where he trained as an interior designer and designer at the Rietveld Academy. In 1958, he was appointed aesthetic consultant and designer at Artifort. His vision, international contacts and extensive knowledge of design turned Artifort's image to a world-class design brand. Artifort and Kho Liang Ie introduced distinctive designs and together ensured that the name Artifort became a huge success internationally, both with architects and lovers of design. He attracted foreign designers such as Pierre Paulin and Geoffrey D. Harcourt RDI, which has made his influence noticeable right up to the present day. As an interior designer, Kho Liang Ie made his name with his design for Schiphol Airport in the nineteen-sixties. Through those designs, his influence continues to this day. His work reflects purity, warmth and freedom.
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