One of the differences you will find in the design of the Kennedy Sofa from that of a typical mid-century cube shape is the arms are dropped lower than the height of the back. This lower arm concept is one of the elements responsible for the improved seating comfort. From a visual perspective, the stationary fixed back of Kennedy features a well placed single row of button tufting while still spanning the entire width of the sofa body. The arms do not integrate into back space rather they end where the back begins. This allows for a cleaner, more lineal design visual while accommodating for the practical comforts of everyday use. The 3 individual midcentury modern seat cushion design features a multi-density foam core but you may notice they are plump and amply overstuffed with down. A richly comfortable seating experience results from a streamlined mid century modern seat cushion design. A substantial and intriguing 90 degree angle modern craftsman wooden block leg frame system holds the design to its iconic mid century modern architectural roots. From the wood frame, to the down feather stuffed cushions to the stitching of the upholstery, Kennedy is crafted entirely by hand.