This couch is made by Beirut-based company Bokja. Owners Hoda Baroudi and Maria Hibri design the products, which are hand-crafted and emphasizes sustainability, crafstmanship and color. More
Horst P. Horst, Coco Chanel, Paris 1937. Horst P. Horst, Coco Chanel, Paris 1937.
One can only assume that this line of furniture by the Designers Guild is called julep because in an ideal world, one might find oneself sitting on it and drinking a mint julep — that’s the kind of casual elegance that this beautiful sofa encourages. Plus, mint juleps are almost translucent, meaning that a spill would almost go unnoticed. And if you drank enough of them, why, it would go completely unnoticed. What a lovely and functional piece of furniture. More
Not only is this the trippiest seating arrangement you will ever find, it’s also designed, by the late designer Pierre Paulin, so that there is — literally — a seat for every ass*. It’s modeled after an eggcrate.
*I have a friend whose mom uses that phrase as another way of saying that there’s somebody out there for everyone (dating-wise).