Robert Heritage Sofa
A two seater "Q Range" sofa with integrated side tables, designed by Robert Heritage for “Race Furniture“ of Sheerness, Kent, circa 1970. Robert Heritage produced this range of furniture based on furniture designed for the Royal yacht the QEII.
An extremely scarce example in untouched original condition. It’s history warrants further study.
British industrial and interior designer Robert Heritage is celebrated as the most awarded designer in the history of the British Design Council. Known for his wide breadth of work, which encompassed furniture, interiors and lighting.
Heritage was made Royal Designer for Industry by the Royal Society of Arts in 1963, the highest accolade in the field. He was professor of furniture design at his alma mater for several years (1974-85), and was also named a Fellow of the Society of Industrial Artists and Designers (FSIAD).
H:66 W:256 D:63 CM (Seat Height 44 cm)
H:26 W:101 D:24.8 INCHES (Seat Height 17.5 Inches)