Hemmakväll was shown for the first time in 1956 at the Röhsska Museum in Gothenburg. Here the models that would lead to cooperation between Carl Malmsten and O.H. Sjögren were put on display.
Hemmakväll was the first item of furniture in a series for the family. It is a low sofa around which the family would gather. It was followed by Farmor, Lilla Syster, VYear Fru and several other models with familiar names like these, which are very typical for Carl Malmsten and which contribute to the feeling of homeliness that he wanted to create with his furniture.
Hemmakväll is available with a fixed seat or loose cushions.
Hemmakväll is also available as armchair.
Legs can be raised by up to 5 cm.
Framework made of solid pine from Swedish forests. The seat is made with nozag springs. The padding consists of cold foam, polyether and fibrefill. The legs are made from solid oak. All production is done at O.H. Sjögren’s factory in Tranås, Sweden.