Inviting curves and soothing softness.

Resting atop a recessed base, the corpus of the Montholon design seemingly soars above ground, prompting a lighter sentiment to the voluminous proportions. Designed by French Tristan Lohner, the collection spans its character across a 2,5- and 3-seater sofa and a lounge chair, awakening the senses with inviting curves and the soothing softness of tactile topography.

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The design has been named after the famous Square Montholon, located in the 9th Arr. in Paris, a recreational space in the theatre district, from which Tristan Lohner carries fond childhood memories. For designer Lohner, the square is a true haven of tranquillity and a symbol of 19th-century romanticism.

The story of Wendelbo is the story of a Danish family which over the course of six decades and three generations has been driven by a strong passion for design. It is also the story of how a small furniture workshop turned into an international furniture and design company.