At the Copenhagen International Furniture Fair 2007 Erik Jørgensen reveals an international novelty. Together with the Swiss architect Hannes Wettstein and his team Erik Jørgensen have developed a new modular sofa concept, Delphi, with 11 different modules which give many possibilities for an individual and unique sofa solution. It is possible to use the chaiselounge length in to ways – as a chaiselounge or by turning the module and use it as a long seating cushion in a traditional sofa format.The sofa supports the development of the modern family’s lifestyle. An active and outgoing lifestyle for the whole family requires a comfortable and relaxed base at home which Delphi provides with its many seats and resting positions - all in the same sofa.
Delphi is spacious and has interesting construction dynamics emphasized by the sophisticated details. The sofa primarily appeals to the home market because of the two depths in the seat and loose cushions. The asymmetry between the different seating depths is repeated in the back- and arm rests. This stimulates not only the body that rests in the sofa but also the eye that looks at it.
The series consists of several accessories e.g. a tray that fits the arm rests, a blanket, footstools in different sizes and a petplace for the four-legged members of the family.