Past & present in one piece

There are objects that remind us about past, about history and once you see them, you want to have them because they connect you with the world and with yourself. No matter it is the color, the shape or the pattern the one which first attracts your view and does not let you go without it. The sofa in the picture is among this kind of objects that do not let you go without them.

Upholstered in 60 – 70′s old anatolian grain sacks, room dividers, kilims and rugs, everything is hand stitched in a traditional technique with 100% natural cotton inserts. And if this is not enough to convince you, then you must know that it was inspired by the infinite mosaic of cultures, colors, gestures, patterns, rhythms and tales about Istanbul.It is part of a collection of furniture, part of a changing still life reflecting encounters and moments in time, but probably the most interesting part is the one in which watching it you see the beauty of roots reinterpreted.

No matter where you want to place it, you will definitely find the same feeling of living again important moments, those times that cannot be forgotten. It is as a part of the past, a connection between past and present, in the best way possible, one that makes you smile and appreciate details and every beautiful thing around you.Available for 2295$.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on July 31st, 2012


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