Wing Sofa – Two Place

$6,300.00 - $7,550.00

With curved arms sculpted from blocks of solid wood, the Wing Two Place Settee marries our handcraft and hallmark aesthetics with true comfort. Tracing its lineage back to an 18th-century Queen Anne chair, the settee brings new relevance to old forms, coaxing solid cherry into freestanding art. The Wing Two Place Settee is the satisfying result of artfully integrating both wood and upholstery to create a piece that both complements and defines the space it occupies.

Made to Order

Please select from the options below to create a piece made just for you, standard lead times apply.



Circa K1054/1
Circa K1054/3
Circa K1054/12
Circa K1054/13
Knoll Venue K1558/1


Riverside 0500
Riverside 1180
Riverside 1610
Riverside 2675
Riverside 3602
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Product Information

SKU DM-2PS [n/a]

35″H x 54″W x 35″L


Cherry, Walnut


Circa K1054/1, Circa K1054/3, Circa K1054/12, Circa K1054/13, Knoll Venue K1558/1, Soliloquy K145811, Riverside 0500, Riverside 1180, Riverside 1610, Riverside 2675, Riverside 3602


David Moser

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Shaped to cradle the contours of two occupants, the frame of the Wing Two Place Settee would be comfortable in its own right. Made of hand-finished cherry or walnut, the settee’s arms and back highlight the wood’s dense, beautiful grain – while providing ample ergonomic support. The gentle curves of the legs make welcome use of space, elevating the seat to its ideal height.

The addition of upholstery adds to the comfort of the Wing Two Place Settee. Shaped wooden armrests fold over at the right height and are sanded smooth to the touch. Four-inch-thick cushions are covered and welted in the fabric or leather of your choice. Ideal for hours of relaxation, the Wing Two Person Settee pairs perfectly with the matching Wing Ottoman.

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