Dramatically sweeping round to envelop the sitter, this late twentieth century curved sofa has an organic form, like that of a bean. The back slopes up asymmetrically for a more supportive back rest on one side. It is formed of two parts and joined in the middle by metal hardware, allowing someone to comfortably sit across the connection with no falling down the gap. It’s the type of sofa that’s ideal to curl up and put your feet on.
Upholstered in a natural stone coloured wool bouclé. Has received a bit of restoration to repair a seam.
H106 W310 D200cm