Wendelbo Raft Sofa

Settle down in this generous sofa where absolute comfort is the common denominator. The Raft Sofa takes inspiration from its name, evoking the low yet encapsulating design of a raft. It’s simple and smooth lines combined with its sturdy structure will stand the test of time. The cushioning is constructed with a combination of feather & ball fibres in a downproof cambric that is divided into channels, adding a whole new dimension of comfort. 


Structure Interior: Frame made of solid wood and MDF with nozag spring system.
Seat Cushion: High resilient, variable density polyurethane foam with a cover of down/feather and ball fibre in a down-proof cambric divided into channels.
Back: Down/feathers & ball fibres in a downproof cambric divded into channels. Back cushion is 100% duck feather.
Cover: Loose.
Legs: Black stained solid wood.
Maintenance: Fabric and leather maintenance – Prevention is better than cure. 

Raft Configurations

The Raft Sofa by Wendelbo is one of the most flexible sofas around, offering a huge array of different modules that can be personalised to suit any living space. Whether you’re wanting a modular sofa, chaise sofa, or even a 3 seater sofa, the Raft can be the sofa for you.

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Fabrics & Leathers

The Raft sofa comes in a huge range of both leather and fabric sourced from Europe and around the world, all of which have a variety of colours to choose from. Whether you’re wanting a timeless fabric, a bold leather or even a statement velvet, this sofa has it all. Wendelbo offer only the best, not only do they offer high aniline leather for the Raft Sofa, it also conducts martingdale testings to provide you with the best possible commercial grade fabric.

Meet The Designer - 365° North

365° North is a Danish design studio based in Aarhus. Their core business is lifestyle-based design, ranging from furniture and lighting to projects for clothing and food packaging companies.

Their design solutions adopt an international approach since their market place often spans across the world. The most important aspect of their work is keeping up with market trends, and therefore travelling, exploring and being inspired by the moment are essential to being able to see beyond tomorrow.