Three seat sofa with hardwood frame lined with expanded foam and covered with polyester. Down filled seating and cushions. Side cases in MDF lacquered in black polished to a high gloss finish. Not removable upholtery in leather. Available also with removable covering in fabric.
The turning-point of Eileen Gray's formal and expressive languages is generally considered the work that the fashion designer Suzanne Talbot, pseudonym of Madame Mathieu Lévy, commissioned her for the Parisian apartment in Rue de Lota. Beginning from this project indeed, her new and more austere language took progressively shape and emancipated her from the Deco.