HEART OF MAKING SOFAS
Every one of Loftform sofas was designed with an intention to create the perfect combination of comfort and style and to create top of the class quality sofas for our customers. Therefore, instead of using the most affordable materials available, we choose to use the best of the best when it comes to our sofas, including the wooden frame, the foam, the leather, or even the threads used in stitching. Since health and comfort of our customers have always been our top priority, we do emphasize on factors such as the height of sofa legs, backrest angle, armrest levels, seat depth, the compact level of the foam under pressure, etc., to make sure that our sofas will be comfortable to sit on and look extraordinary. Loftform and team will always strive to deliver “quality and design” to ensure that our customers are enjoying the best quality sofas they deserve.
I have been in the sofa industry since 1985 when I was still just a teenager, making it a big part of my life. I love the fact that there are both delicate and strong aspects in the creation of each sofa and the thought of satisfied customers, enjoying the sofas I’ve made, just makes me very happy as well.
Head of Manufacturing Department
History of Loft living
Loft living started during the early 1960’s when artists in SoHo district, New York City began inhabiting converted warehouse spaces. The high ceilings, exposed brick, and wide open spaces with a lot of light made them perfect creative living spaces. Today, what was once associated with industrial, old warehouses, represents more than just abodes for artists and bohemians but also much sought after homes for urban professionals from all over the world. New buildings include more contemporary units, specifically designed for loft style living but in contrast with their warehouse predecessors, they often are constructed to replicate the original features of exposed bricks and wooden beams while being more concerned of the acoustic and structural elements. Generally, the driving force to create more loft space in urban area is perceived to be encouraging in revitalizing older neighborhoods, raising the property values and overall improving the quality of life.