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Audo Copenhagen

Pagode Sofa


An elegant masterpiece by the husband-and-wife designer duo Tove and Edvard Kindt-Larsen, the Pagoda Sofa is unknown to most. Avantgarde and artistic for its time, its low, almost flat, armrests and beautiful V-shaped legs make it light and precise in its design language – and give the sofa a contemporary look. Taking its name from Asian architecture, it is expressive and unique in its simplicity – much like the temples it refers to. First presented to the world in 1956, today it remains a striking piece of design. Available in natural oak or walnut and upholstered in leather.

41.73''H x 85.04'' W x 36.22''L, Seat Height: 13.78"

Oak or walnut, plastic, steel, solid beech, plywood, foam, felt, quilt foam.


Tove and Edvard Kindt-Larsen were influential Danish furniture designers from 1930 to 1960, known for their adaptable and personalized creations. Edvard, mentored by Kaare Klint, was acclaimed for architectural projects and exhibitions. Tove, a pioneering female designer, innovated with textile and rattan furniture, reflecting changing tastes. Their avant-garde Pagoda Sofa, inspired by Asian architecture, exemplifies their urban and expressive design, enjoying renewed popularity in modern interiors.


Audo Copenhagen is a renowned Danish design company specializing in creating high-quality, minimalist furniture, lighting, and accessories. Formed from the merger of Menu and by Lassen, Audo emphasizes Scandinavian design principles, combining functionality with timeless aesthetics. The company collaborates with a diverse range of designers to produce innovative and sustainable products that are appreciated worldwide.

Tove and Edvard Kindt Larsen
Audo Copenhagen