Australian designed and made, the Quadrant Soft has become a revered favourite amongst many Architects, Interior Designers, Stylists and homeowners, often residing in many of Australia’s most beautiful lounge rooms.
We love nothing more than seeing the Quadrant Soft settled into its new forever homes, so we’ve rounded-up our top 10 Australian homes featuring our best-selling sofa.
It’s easy to see why this quintessential Koskela piece is an enduring favourite. First designed in 2008 by Russel Koskela, the Quadrant Soft is made for a relaxed way of living. Incredibly comfortable; size-conscious and multi-functional. It’s playful, fun and flexible and fits comfortably into any space, from elegant lounge rooms to kids playrooms, home offices or casual office areas. It’s our go-to sofa for family games nights, reading your favourite novel, sneaking in a Saturday afternoon nap or watching your favourite film.
Designed for freedom and flexibility with the option of adding modules as your life changes or people in your house grow. The Quadrant Soft is lightweight which means it can be rearranged in an instant to suit your daily needs. It's also backed by a seven-year warranty and repair service beyond that period, so your Quadrant Soft Sofa can last generations.
Planet friendly and Good Environmental Choice Australia (GECA) certified, the Quadrant Soft is made from high-density foam to create a plush and lightweight seat, & comes with a lifetime Durofoam manufacturer's warranty and is 100% recyclable. The Quadrant Soft is also CFC chemical free which means there are no harmful materials used in making your sofa. Koskela is also committed to carbon offsetting the shipping of every Quadrant Soft Sofa.
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A 1930s bungalow in Sydney’s Upper North Shore is given new life for a young family by Tribe Studio Architects. The original house was characterised by its herringbone brick gables and a glorious brick sunburst over the front door, now reflected in an expansive rear extension that is a celebration of the heritage craftsmanship. The Quadrant Soft is the focal point of this beautiful lounge room.
Roseville House by Tribe Studio Architects. Photography Katherine Lu.
A new suburban four-bedroom family home in Newcastle with a small 55m2 footprint, developed to maximise landscaped areas, promotes and maintains the green and leafy suburb whilst configuring family living to an intimate scale. The Quadrant Soft in leather is the best seat in the house to sit back and enjoy the view outside.
Durham Road by Curious Practice. Photography Katherine Lu
A Sydney home gets a mini tower addition turning a modest suburban bungalow into a versatile courtyard home, with only a small increase to the footprint. The distinctly modern new form is softened with curved lines, echoing the original mid-century home. With an adjoining courtyard, this rumpus room features the Quadrant Soft, instantly becoming the perfect zone for relaxing with friends.
House Lincoln by Those Architects. Photography by Luc Rémond.
Studio Prineas were tasked with updating a Kensington home with additional space to accommodate large family gatherings and overnight guests, a swimming pool and garden lawn — from a humble Federation-era home. And conceal all new additions from the street. Inside, a soothing monochrome palette and lean edit of furniture emphasises the natural textures of the materials and furnishings, many of which are locally and sustainably sourced from Koskela.
Cnr Virginia by Studio Prineas. Photography by Chris Warnes
A new split-level extension added to the rear of this tight inner city terrace house. This move defines separate living spaces across the site. A central planted light-well brings light and air to the core of the plan whilst a stepped rear courtyard opens views to the neighbourhood beyond.
Darlington House by Aileen Sage. Photography: Tom Ferguson
One of the most beautiful locations on the South Coast is the site for this family holiday house for an extended family. It has large areas of north facing windows with views along the beautiful Eurobodalla coastline. Strong architectural forms respond to the natural setting by framing views.
Guerilla Bay by Steve Andrea Architecture. Photography by Rodrigo Vargas.
Located on a steep sloping site, makes the most of the spectacular view from a living space surrounded by bedrooms. A floor to ceiling bookshelf allows for the display of items collected while travelling - something synonymous with beach houses, whilst bunk rooms allow the home to sleep up to 16.
Copa Beach House by Brad Swartz Architects. Photography by Katherine Lu
A beachside Manly apartment with stunning views was the collaborative approach between McNally Architects, I+D Studio and the owner to achieve an easy to maintain home that reflects its beachside environment. With clever design and beautiful Koskela furniture this home is a haven for this surf loving family.
Manly Pacific by McNally Architects. Photography by Craig Wall
A Melbourne heritage home is brought into the 21st century. The brief was to draw upon the client’s love of LA modernist architecture and Pavilion House certainly delivers. Our Quadrant Soft sofas in denim are looking sharp in the casual living area directly adjacent to the pool. Their flexibility and durability makes them the perfect fit for this space.
Pavilion House by Robson Rak Architects. Photography by Shannon McGrath
A Pearl Beach holiday house where the interiors brief was colour! Our Quadrant Soft is the focal point of this loungeroom that flows to an abundance of greenspace and decking.