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Corques Sofa by Lucie Koldova for PER/USE http://bit.ly/1l0SRg3 Lucie Koldova has designed Corques, a sofa made from cork and fabric for manufacturer PER/USE.



Description

Corques sofa uses cork as a basic shell material.
This sustainable cork comes from production leftovers in Portuguese bottle cork factories. The sofa is defined by a strong, sparkling design; soft look going hand in hand with a timeless character and environmental awareness.
A curvaceous, organic outer contour combines the earthly coloured cork with the contrasting colourful Divina fabric from Kvadrat.








Design: Lucie Koldova
Manufacturer: PER/USE
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Project description

Aptly named, Heavy Metal is a steel-clad private residence sited on eight acres of heavily wooded terrain. The client owns a steel manufacturing facility, and he wished to have his home reflect both his family business and his personal artistic background.
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