Following the successful launch of his swiveling lounge chair – a favorite since its debut in 2018 – Icelandic designer Hlynur Atlason expanded the collection with a sofa that complements his lounge chair and sits well with other styles. Versatile and space-savvy, the Lína Sofa (2021) is both clean and complex, without a single straight line. From its arched back to subtly oval footprint, every surface suggests movement, with curves continuously changing trajectory. Icelandic for “line,” Lína “embraces you with all the softness on the inside,” says the designer. Made in Italy.
There isn't a single straight line on the sofa–its curvature suggests movement.
Icelandic for "line," Lína has an arched back and a subtly oval footprint.
Metal frame entirely moulded in cold-cure polyurethane foam
Seat cushion in cold-cure polyurethane and down
Hlynur Atlason grew up in Iceland and studied science at the Sorbonne before he came to New York to study design at Parsons School of Design. After graduation, he stayed in New York and, in 2004, founded his eponymous design studio, which has since designed kitchen utensils, beverage bottles, airline serviceware, cosmetics packaging and furniture.