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Audo Copenhagen

Radiohus Sofa, P2


An exclusive and rare design from Vilhelm Lauritzen, the Radiohus Sofa was designed for Denmark’s Radio House – today the Royal Danish Academy of Music – in 1936. A pioneering piece of Nordic Functionalism, the elegant design shunned the conservative and straight lines of the time in favor of a more futuristic expression. Beautiful from all angles, its curved lines and open construction welcome and embrace the sitter, while the quilted back highlights the exactness of its design. A piece of furniture that requires space, let it stand freely in a room.

30.31''H x 84.65'' W x 33.86''L

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


Vilhelm Theodor Lauritzen (1894-1984), a Danish architect renowned for his contributions to modern life in the 1930s, established his own firm in 1922 after graduating from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. His architectural legacy includes Copenhagen landmarks such as Radiohus, Folkets Hus (now Vega), and Terminal 2 at Copenhagen Airport, all recognized for their modernist design. Radiohus, completed in 1941 and celebrated as one of the 20th century’s architectural masterpieces, exemplifies Lauritzen’s functionalist principles, with every detail—from door handles to furniture—designed in collaboration with Finn Juhl, reflecting a blend of Nordic functionalism and sculptural forms.


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.

Vilhelm Lauritzen
Audo Copenhagen