OGK BUCKSAW DAYBED
Design Skovshoved Møbelfabrik by Ole Gjerløv-Knudsen
The bucksaw daybed, or in danish; savbriks, was designed by Ole Gjerløv-Knudsen in 1962. It was designed for his son who was going on a small camping trip. When the son was sick and had a sore throat, the caring father designed the daybed so that the son would not lie and freeze on the bare ground.
The daybed comes in a linen bag with a shoulder strap. The bag is no bigger than a ski bag. With a little practice, the daybed can be collected in less than 2 minutes and is thus very easy to transport with you wherever you go. The the daybed can be used for many things: sunbathing, for decoration etc., but can also be warmly recommended as an excellent guest bed.
The daybed is a very "green" product that does not use screws and other for assembly. On the other hand, the legs are stretched with Sisal ropes, according to the old "bucksaw principle", and the name Savbriks means just that; "bucksaw bed".
Materials Untreated or painted beechwood / Natural or coloured linen canvas / Natural or coloured Sisal rope