Daybed or sleeping sofa designed by Martin Visser for ‘t Spectrum Bergeyk, Holland, 1960.
This sofa can be turned from a sofa into a daybed by just pulling out the seat.
The sofa has a round tubular frame in chrome and black lacquered metal and it has an additional cubic armrest. The sofa is completely restored, so new springs, new foam and new upholstered in brown chenille fabric. The sofa comes with a loose Armrest in light brown chenille fabric.
Martin Visser designed his first modern minimalist sleeping sofa for ‘t Spectrum in 1956. In the following years he changed and improved his design until he designed the BR02 (round frame) and BR03 (square frame) in 1960.