EJ315 Sofa, 3 seater

By Erik Ole Jørgensen , 1975

With the EJ315 Sofa, everything culminates in a beautifully composed and crafted design. Designed in 1975 by Erik Ole Jørgensen, the EJ315 is emblematic of Danish craftsmanship and attention to detail. Educated as a furniture upholsterer and subsequently, as an architect, Jørgensen had an intuitive sense of tactility, also seen in his work with fabrics. The EJ315 is a perfect example.

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EJ315 Sofa, 3 seater
EJ315 Sofa, 3 seater - Model 1523
D: 77 cm
H: 81 cm
L: 210 cm
Wt: 58 kg
Cbm: 1.4 cbm
Sh: 43 cm

About The Collection

Hand-sewn buttons punctuate this classic sofa, bringing a graphic dimension to a beautifully crafted design. The EJ315 boasts an iconic look that adds a touch of class to innovative office settings, airport lounges, law firms, private homes and the like.

The EJ315 signals a certain formality, given the strict straight lines of the frame. The seat and back cushion feature over a hundred hand-sewn buttons, involving great skill in creating a perfect graphic pattern. Factor in the depth and dimension of the cushions crafted to ensure the utmost comfort and the result is an iconic sofa with an enduring aesthetic.

When you consider the changes in where we work, live and socialise, the EJ315 is a beautifully composed classic that brings high quality and traditional craftsmanship to inventive co-working environments, new concepts in lobbies and lounges, extending to the hospitality and private sectors.

Designer Erik Ole Jørgensen began his career as a furniture upholstery and later as an architect. In between he worked extensively with textile design. The EJ315 demonstrates his intuitive sense of tactility and deep understanding of leather and fabrics. Designed in 1975, the sofa is emblematic of high quality Danish craftsmanship and attention to detail.

Erik Ole Jørgensen


During his career as a designer and architect, Erik Ole Jørgensen showcased his instinct for tactility and intuitive understanding of materials in an array of furniture as well as textile designs. Armed with an uncanny sense of composition, his work signals a timeless, effortless elegance. Clean, uncluttered concepts in classics executed with expert detailing and craftsmanship.