The Red Kiss Chair is a modern classic piece. This chair is covered in red fabirc. As the name implies, the kiss chair's seat and back are made in the shape of a pare of kissing lips. When the chair is viewed from the front, it looks exactly like lips that are ready for a kiss. The chair's soft curve make it a very comfortable place to sit and relax. The bottom of the chair rests on the ground. The kiss chair does not have armrests.
This sofa chair is a contemporary peice of furniture and will be an unusual accent in a room. It is constructed out of high quality materials and is made to last. The Kiss Chair has a wooden inner frame and is suitable for use inside home.
The seat of the kiss chair is 41 inches wide and the chair is 30 inches deep. This size provides ample room for someone to sit quite comfortably without feeling cramped. A person of any size occupying this accent chair will be able to stretch and change positions with ease. The absence of armrests contrbutes to the freedom of movement that the kiss chair allows.
The list price for this lip kiss chair is $800 but it can be purchased for $499 here at EZmod!
Everybody knows the Bocca Sofa, used by numerous hotels and restaurants all over the world. But do you know its real history? Who created it, redesigned it…?
We decided to investigate a little further and discovered some interesting things.
Original Design by Dali
The Bocca history started back in 1936 with Salvador Dali. It was first edited by the Italian designer, Gufram. Influenced by two artistic movements, the Dadaism and Surrealism mouvements, Dali was impressed by the lips of Mae West, an American actress from the 1930′s. Not only did Dali create the Sofa, he even reproduced the full body of Mae West through a complete room.
Remake by Studio 65 (We have our reproductions to this particular model)
Over the years, this sofa has held various names: first called Sofa Mae West, it became the Bocca or Lips Sofa. It is considered an emblem of contemporary art. Despite being a unique piece of art, in 1971 The Studio 65, an Italian design and architect company, decided to produce 1 000 copies of the sofa as a tribute to Salvador Dali by using the lips of Marylin Monroe. This version is the one which is now used in several hotels, including the Costes K Hotel in Paris.
Porcelain version by Bertrand Lavier
Get your own, custom made! Lead time is 8-12 to have manufactured. Take a look at the colors we offer in both cotton and cashmere below:
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