Fabric, Polyurethane (PU)
The Iconical Collection presents those pieces that interpret and keep alive and throbbing the desecrating spirit of radical design. It's masterpieces of Italian design that have already gotten into the collective imagination, as well as new domestic sculptures that - language and identity-wise - show elective affinity with those products that are displayed in the most important museums in the world. These pieces of interior design - realised exclusively by hand - represent the magical encounter between art and design that is part of Gufram's DNA.
Bocca, the original 1970 lips-shaped couch is only Gufram's. This sensual couch, which is ideal for a tête-à-tête, has entered the collective imagination on par with Andy Warhol's works, as well as other pop art masterpieces and represents the perfect abstraction of feminine beauty. Soft and welcoming thanks to its look and the soft polyurethane it is made of, Bocca was on exhibit in the most important museums in the world, such as the Louvre, the Museum of Applied Art and Science in Sydney, and the Design Museum in Monaco.
Couch in soft polyurethane covered with cloth.
*Dark Lady has a removable piercing of chromed metal
DID YOU KNOW
1. In the United States it is known as the Marylyn sofa as a homage to the legendary Hollywood diva.
2. The secret of its natural beauty lies in the fact that its two corners are slightly different, exactly as human lips would be.
3. Its particular red colour is Gufram's exclusive.
4. Sharon Stone auctioned a limited edition piece for the benefit of AmFar for 35000 Euros.
5. It was the protagonist at Beyoncé, Kylie Minogue and Katy Perry's world concert tours.
6. It was portrayed with some of the icons of the XX century: Elsa Schiapparelli, Marisa Berenson, Lisa Fonssagrives, Claudia Cardinale, Heidi Klum, Alicia Silverstone, Anne Hathaway, Carmen Electra, etc. . .
7. Just like a model, it was the protagonist at shootings by some of the best photographers: Richard Avedon, David Lachapelle, Rankin, etc. . .
8. It was published for the first time ever in the prestigious weekly magazine LIFE.
9. It was the subject of more than a thousand editorials in the best Fashion magazines like Vogue, Harper’s Baazar, Elle and Vanity Fair.
10. It was reinterpreted in 2005 by artist Bertrand Lavier and displayed at the Louvre in Paris.
11. One piece of the couch Bocca welcomes the guests at London's Sanderson Hotel, designed by Philippe Stark.
12. It has been displayed in several international exhibits and fairs, among which the Museum of Applied Art and Science in Sydney, the Design Museum in Munich, the Musée des Art Decoratifs in Paris, as well as countless institutions all over the world.