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SM2 Sofa

Item #SM2

Shelton Mindel and Associates 2006

The Shelton Mindel SM2 Lounge Collection creates an optimally-scaled furniture landscape based on the cube. The contrast between the geometric, tailored outer shell and the relaxed interior cushions distinguishes the design and helps bridge the gap between hard and soft aesthetics.

 

Starts at: $5202

 

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Customer Service: 800 343-5665

NYC Home Design Shop: 212 343-4190

 

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  • Available in a range of KnollTextiles and Spinneybeck® leathers with option for split upholstery
  • Features double needle top stitching on arms and back. Single needle top stitching on seat and back cushions in textile, double needle stitching for leather
  • Arm, seat, and back cushions in variable density foam with Dacron wrap. The seat and back cushions are also filled with memory foam
  • Frame is constructed in 7/8” multi-ply plywood with sinuous spring seat suspension and matrix back suspension
  • Legs available in Ash hardwood stained with Clear Oak or Ebonized finish. Also available in polished stainless steel
Sustainable Design and Environmental Certification
  • GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified®

 

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Shelton, Mindel & Associates is an architectural firm, established in 1978, providing complete architectural, interiors and product design services for corporate, cultural, academic, retail, recreational, hospitality, and residential clients.

Peter Shelton studied architecture at the University of Penssylvania and Pratt Institute where he received his degree in 1975. He worked for the New York firms of Edward Durrell Stone & Associates and Emery Roth & Sons prior to his founding Shelton, Mindel & Associates.

Lee Mindel received his Master of Architecture from Harvard University in 1976 after obtaining his Bachelor of Arts with Distinction in Architecture, at the University of Pennsylvania. He worked for the New York architecture firms of Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill and Rogers, Butler, Burgun.