Twilight Sleeper Sofa

Plan and elevation drawings of the Twilight Sleeper Sofa in closed (couch) position with labeled dimensions

Designed by Flemming Busk, the Twilight Sleeper Sofa is compact, enabling it to be easily converted into a double twin bed, daybed, or queen-size bed by moving the bolster out and placing the cushion on the floor. We can use a Twilight Sleeper Sofa in living rooms, offices, guestrooms, bedrooms, and in secondary sitting arrangements.

The Twilight Sleeper Sofa is popular for people who want to furnish a modern space with flexible sleeping options. The lack of arms is compensated by aluminum frames with different dimensions which makes it ideal for small areas. Its roll-shaped back also provides a straightforward transition from a sofa to a bed, and the small wheels at the end enable ease of mobility.

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Twilight Sleeper Sofa in open sleeping positions for both single and queen sizes

The Twilight Sleeper Sofa has an overall height of 29” (74 cm), width of 79" (201 cm), and depth of 34.75” (88 cm). The seat height of the Twilight Sleeper Sofa is set at 17” (43 cm). When open, the Twilight Sleeper Sofa has a sleeping width of 69.5” (177 cm).

Details

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Height: 
29” | 74 cm
Width:
79” | 201 cm
Depth:
34.75” | 88 cm
Length:
Seat Height:
17” | 43 cm
Arm Height:
Weight:

Width (Open): 69.5” | 177 cm

Materials:
Aluminum Frame; polyurethane foam mattress; cotton blend fabric
Designer:
Flemming Busk
Year:
1999

Properties

Drawings include:
Twilight Sleeper Sofa front elevation, back, side, plan, front (open), side (open), plan (open), plan (person)

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