Fall Head over Heels for Fargo

by Shane Kalminski

With a feminine expression and soft, curved lines, theres a lot to love about the Fargo sofa by Anders Norgaard for BoConcept.

“When designing a new sofa I always strive to add some kind of characteristic detail that will define the sofa and give it a personality of its own. I think the soft shape makes the Fargo sofa truly unique.” says Norgaard, whose creation is not only a work of modern art, but a functional and comfortable piece for your home.

Anders Norgaard working on the Fargo sofa.

Anders Norgaard working on the Fargo sofa.

Early renderings of the Fargo sofa.

Early renderings of the Fargo sofa.

Though the Fargo boasts 20 different building modules, featuring a high or low back, corner unit, different fills and four individual leg options, one distinct feature that stands out are it’s “heels.”

Inspired by a pair of high-heels, Norgaard wanted to make a sofa reminiscent of a beautiful shoe floating atop a stiletto, offering this exclusive and beautiful leg.

The 'heels"

The ‘heels”

“Its a sofa that says: Come and sit, be with me, I am safe, I am open, I will take care of you. So please, take a seat.”

To try the Fargo yourself, come in to 1901 N. Clybourn Ave and take a seat! To design the Fargo of your dreams, visit http://www.boconcept.com/fargo.aspx?ID=113225 and use our Home Creator tool!

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