Viborg Sofa by Bernard Brunier. Ed. Coulon
Sobriety and elegance define this sofa. It was created in the 1960s by designer Bernard Brunier and edited by Coulon. In its forms we recognize the importance of geometry and volumes in Brunier's work. The seats and backrests, whose structure is made of Rio rosewood plywood, are outlined in height following the lines of a cone. For their part, the bases are cylinders that raise the main structure from the ground, which gives the whole an effect of lightness. The cushions were reupholstered from scratch, we chose a Maison Nobilis gray bouclette fabric that goes perfectly with the Rio rosewood grain.
Dimensions : W225 x D80 x H79 cm
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