The day bed is rightly counted among the most famous designs by Eileen Gray. The lounge "offers pleasant and comfortable seating and is, moreover, particularly suited to relaxing." What Miss Gray in her own modesty conceals is the fact that the day bed is enchantingly beautiful, accessible from all sides and a pleasing sight from every perspective. It is the ideal showpiece to be placed freely in a spacious room.
Eileen Gray designed the day bed in 1925. The license rights for the original design according to which ClassiCon produced the day bed belong to the Aram Designs Ltd, London.
The frame is made of chromium-plated steel tubing. The beech frame is padded and has rubber straps.
The upholstery is made out of polyurethane with polyester and is delivered with a wool felt and polyurethane covering. The cover is available in cloth or leather.