With Resolve Play, you can easily put two sofas together to create a small conference room by adding an AV-prepared partition wall. The key is that the edges of both the partition wall and the sofas can be connected using Velcro.
The sizes are the same, but Resolve’s prisms have been replaced on Resolve Play by horizontally sewn channels which reinforce the elegant proportions and height of the sofa. Resolve Play can be clad in a number of fabrics and variants, including with different fabrics on the frame, seat and cushions.
The sofa has thin legs, making even as large a piece of furniture as Resolve Play feel light. On the back, the legs also run up into the back and meet a clear “waist”, giving the sofa a light, elegant appearance.
Both the one and two-seater versions are generously broad, which even creates space for laptops and other work equipment. The sidewalls slope outwards slightly, which also produces an airy feeling.
Design by Dan Ihreborn.
Dan works as a freelance designer since 1991. He also runs interior design projects within the office environment. Over the years, Dan has worked with more than 20 furniture manufacturers and except Edsbyn for example, IKEA, Dux and Källemo can be mentioned.
All input material is recyclable
The textiles used in the Ease screens are predominantly certified and produced according to the
Oeko-Tex or EU Ecolabel.
Edsbyn’s production is certified according to the quality and environmental management:
ISO 9001 and ISO 14001.
Certified by Möbelfakta, Sweden, according to material, quality and environmental requirements and
UN’s Code of Conduct.