Designed by Jack Cartwright, this super comfortable, red tweed 7-piece modular sectional sofa allows for a wide range of possible arrangements. Break up the sections to create a diverse living room group or line up in a row to create one long curved sofa. Each freestanding section is attached to a molded plastic polymer base that perfectly compliments the color and texture of the fabric. The straight and wedge pieces act like vertebra in a sinuous column. The set consists of (4) cube and (3) wedge sections. Foam is still dense yet comfortable. Fabric is still tight on forms. No rips, tears or stains, but sun fading has occurred on the back of (3) sections. Original factory tags with order details are stapled underneath several sections. Dated 7/15/1983.
In May 1963, an ambitious graduate of the Kendall School of Design in Grand Rapids, Michigan, decided he wanted to design contemporary seating. That young man was Jack Cartwright. His name also became the name of the company he started with just one other employee, a production specialist. Together they pursued a clear vision:
“To provide the market with upholstered furniture of modern design, produced with exceptionally high quality and priced within reach of many”. That philosophy continues today. Under the name of Cartwright, our workforce in North Carolina dedicates itself to designing and manufacturing seating that can be found across the world.