Product Overview

Three-Seat Sofa
Solid Walnut Base with Bronze Metal Rings
W104″ D34″ H31″
Seat Height: 173/4
Arm Height: 31″

The Alex sofa, named for Bernhardt Chairman Alex Bernhardt, is a modern interpretation of the iconic Chesterfield. The design intent is to preserve the impact and stature of this timeless classic and reduce and simplify it.  The Alex sofa expresses elegance in a modern way with clean lines and precise details.

The traditional, multiple button tufting is replaced with a single belt that creates one continuous tuft as it traces the interior, contributing to its comfort.

The solid American carved walnut base is accentuated with a bronze ring detail.

Finishes

872

870

860

839

861

823

866

Approved Textiles

Grade 1

Array 9 colors

Kavir 18 colors

Grade 2

Daybreak 19 colors

Diffuse 11 colors

Grid 12 colors

Ink 4 colors

Loop 15 colors

Sketch 10 colors

Snap 8 colors

Solo 16 colors

Still 18 colors

Grade 3

Touch 16 colors

Urban 15 colors

Grade 4

Flight 7 colors

Pix 10 colors

Grade 5

Chat 9 colors

Pearl 11 colors

Plush 8 colors

Random 9 colors

Smooth 18 colors

Soft 12 colors

Splice 7 colors

Grade 6

Chunky 10 colors

Cielo 9 colors

Sereno 13 colors

Stitch 4 colors

Striae 10 colors

Vivid 18 colors

Grade 7

Aya 5 colors

Dash 6 colors

Hendese 10 colors

Hero 12 colors

High Noon 6 colors

Mesh 9 colors

Parlay 8 colors

Grade 8

Ashayer 6 colors

Baft 6 colors

Focus 28 colors

Fresca 9 colors

Sella 5 colors

Grade 9

Babayee 6 colors

Dani 8 colors

Midnight 11 colors

Nightfall 8 colors

Overlay 5 colors

Shift 9 colors

Terrazzo 8 colors

Grade 10

Capture 8 colors

Javaher 6 colors

Monarch 3 colors

Venture 13 colors

Grade 11

Cue 7 colors

Forte 8 colors

Patina 9 colors

Elan 27 colors

Essential 12 colors

Allude 16 colors

Allude II 7 colors

Brisa 20 colors

Canvas 14 colors

Endure 21 colors

Framework 16 colors

Image 16 colors

Scottish artist and designer Jephson Robb finds expression through sculpture, works on paper, and furniture for clients and public organizations around the globe. He describes his process as “serious play”, an oxymoron that reflects his desire to fuse opposites. Merging the traditional skills of fine art with the technology of contemporary design, Robb creates engaging installations that comment on social conditions, while entertaining viewers both mentally and visually.

About Jephson Robb