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Lobel Modern, opened in 1998 by Evan Lobel, showcases furniture, lighting, hand-blown glass and art by important designers from the 1940's thru the 1980's. Located in the Four Points section of lower Manhattan.


Lobel Modern

Vladimir Kagan Exceptional Omnibus Collection Sofa 1975 (signed) - SOLD

Evan Lobel


Large sectional sofa, upholstered with lucite bases, by Vladimir Kagan, Omnibus Collection, American 1975 (signed with original labels). This sofa is completely modular with 2 corners units, 2 armless chairs (which can be inserted into the sofa or stand alone), 1 High-Low unit, 1 Lounge Bench on Exposed Castors which slides under the High-Low, and 1 ottoman. There are numerous combinations that can be made with these pieces (see photos for a few options). The lucite bases give the impression that the sofa is floating above the ground. It’s a remarkable and iconic Kagan design.


2 Corner pieces (model 7071-60):
W: 60 inches
D: 60 inches
Seat D: 34 inches
H: 28 inches to top of pillows
Seat H: 18.5

2-Armless Chairs (model 7073-30)
W: 30 inches
D: 34 inches
H: 28 inches to top of pillows
Seat H: 18.5

1-High Low (model 7070):
W: 74 inches
D: 30 inches
Lower Seat H: 18.5 inches
Higher Seat H: 28.5 inches
H: 32.5 inches to top of bolster

1-Lounge W/Exposed Casters (model 7075):
W: 72 inches
D: 34 inches
H: 14.5 inches
Seat H: 13.5 inches

1-Ottoman (model 7080):
W: 35 inches
D: 32 inches
H: 18.5 inches

Condition: Very Good - fabric is original with some wear and discolorations. Lucite is in great shape - no breaks or cracks.


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