Width 155 cm
Depth 85 cm
Height 71 cm
Weight 35 kg
Seat height 40 cm


Frame material Solid Wood and Plywood
Leg finish Oak Natural Lacquer
Removable upholstery No
Upholstery Main Line Flax Newbury


Back button Without buttons
Filling High resilience foam
Spring Nozag springs in seat
Volume 0.72 m3
Year 2015


Madison is part of a Scandinavian tradition: craftsmanship, functionality and low-key design.

All of its parts have striking proportions, like the 3-seater sofa with only two cushions. Lots of space for two, or intimacy for four. Madison lets the moment decide.

Leila Atlassi

Humility, sensitivity, generosity and friendliness. These are not just keywords for Leila Atlassi personally, but also in her professional pursuits. Leila Atlassi strives to design furniture that do not only tolerate repetition, but can even be strengthened by it. As a result, her designs are often subtle and simple. A special fondness for beautiful systems and structures draws Leila Atlassi to furniture that comes in an abundance of designs, variations and combinations.

Combining different variations allows the user of the furniture or product to continue creating – in the best case, something completely unique. Leila Atlassi was born in 1980. She has a Master of Fine Arts in design from the University of Gothenburg, and also studied industrial design at Chalmers University of Technology.

After designing furniture and products at a multidisciplinary firm in New York, she returned to Sweden and Gothenburg to work for one of Sweden’s best-known architects, Gert Wingårdh at Wingårdhs. In addition to her job, Atlassi works on product and furniture design privately.

Swedese's ideals are the same today as they have been for the past seventy years. These are to create beautiful furniture for the future, which build on the foundations of Scandinavian modern traditions, designed by forward-looking designers who share in the timeless ideals of architecture.