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Product Information The Case Study Daybed is influenced by the designs of the Case Study House program (1949) sponsored by John Entenza, editor and publisher of Arts and Architecture magazine. A sleek solution to small spaces, the Case Study Daybed adapts to any room as a single piece or may be lined up to create a multiple-unit seating system. A classic mid-century design made to last a lifetime. Made in U.S.A. Remove bolsters for quick conversion to a single bed. Materials:Laminated maple plywood frame; nickel-plated brushed steel legs; high-density polyurethane foam core; 100% nylon crepe upholstery with Teflon® coating.
Case Study Daybed $1,895 $1,611
Product Information Inspired by the mid-century Case Study Houses in Los Angeles and other areas, the Case Study Alpine Bed (2009) is a simple, timeless design. Every part of this Bed is structural: the legs, spars, headboard and mattress supports all contribute to the overall strength. Throughout the design there is a consistent use of curves that give the bed its balanced appearance. Even the mattress supports are large pieces of bentwood made of 22 layers of laminated wood with top to bottom construction. The top and bottom layers are North American walnut veneer. Simple assembly required. Made in U.S.A. Fits mattresses up to 10" thick. Materials:Multi-ply laminated hardwood with walnut veneer.
Case Study Alpine Bed $3,495–3,795