In 2003, architect Craig Bassam and creative director Scott Fellows began drafting their vision for a new kind of American luxury company. A genuine, fully integrated lifestyle brand stemming from their shared aesthetic sensibilities, it would encompass architectural projects and interiors as well as impeccably crafted furniture, lifestyle objects and personal accessories. BassamFellows’ pioneering Craftsman Modern aesthetic, which marries architectural authority with a minimal-artisanal philosophy, was introduced with the debut of the iconic BassamFellows Tractor Stool at the 2003 Salone del Mobile in Milan.
Low back lounge sofa and settee with an outer layer comprised of rigid panels constructed of wood framing, webbing, and dense foam covered in leather. This upholstered seat and back are suspended in an exposed solid wood frame, revealing its structural honesty and achieving the appearance of a “floating” seat. The seat and back are angled for ergonomic balance and ultimate comfort, allowing the user to sink into the seat rather than perch. Each cushion is hand sewn, tufted, and welted using four separate panels of leather stitched with an inverted or “invisible” seam construction. The loose and removable lumbar and bolster cushions complete the final, softest layer and are comprised of 100% down fill.
Low Back Settee CB-52
Low Back Sofa CB-53
Exposed frame in solid Walnut or Santos Rosewood.
Foam and down cushions with inverted seams, tufted and welted.