The Mingle Sofa was designed in 1935 by architect Flemming Lassen and was presented at The Copenhagen Cabinetmakers' Guild Competition in the same year and praised for its qualities as a small but elegant sofa. Lassen loved to travel and was very taken with both Italy and France. He wanted to create a sofa made for conversation with a comfort that invited people to stay seated and talk together for long periods of time. The armrests were designed to encircle the sitters, generating intimacy and transforming the sofa into a cozy place to relax. Lassen took inspiration from both French elegance and modern Italian style, transferring the trends and his own ideas to this small, upholstered sofa. The legs are solid oak, while the upholstery is Sheepskin from Menu's Moonlight collection.