Harvey Probber Sofa from the North Carolina Museum of Art

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Known for his sleek modern lines and flexible modular units, innovative designer Probber left an indelible stamp on the living rooms and dens of American families. He practically invented modular residential furniture. Later in his career, Probber turned his attention to office furniture, where his influence was as pervasive as it was in home design. This example came from the North Carolina Museum of Art. Covered in a stretchy man-made, charcoal gray fabric, it measures 84" x 28" x 29". Condition is very good vintage. Foam is good, but fabric will need cleaning and has a couple of small tears. Great for either office or residential loft / modernist home use.

84" wide x 29" deep x 28" high

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Harvey Probber (Designer)
Of the Period
Mid-Century Modern
Place of Origin
United States
Date of Manufacture
Materials and Techniques
Fair. Sofa is very sturdy and well constructed, fabric must be changed due to some rips to the fabric due to use and age.
28 in. H x 84 in. W x 29 in. D
71 cm H x 213 cm W x 74 cm D
Seat Height
16 in. (41 cm)
Dealer Location
West Hollywood, CA
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