After making his debut in an deserted nunnery in Alcova for Milan Design Week, Bohinc Studio Peaches the gathering of chairs introduced a curved show. It’s impressed by the feminine physique and all the gorgeous curves that some shapes embrace. “The feminine type has all the time been a supply of inspiration in artwork, pictures and design, however typically with an unrealistic eye or in response to society’s notion of what the feminine physique” ought to “seem like. I needed the Peaches assortment to be a pure and shameless celebration of femininity and female type, celebrating each curved, voluptuous and fleshy element ”, says Lara Bohinc.
Peaches consists of three items: the Huge Woman armchair, the Derrière armchair and the Peachy ottoman. The flesh-like folds present in every mannequin are paying homage to breasts and bottoms and are handmade in an upholstery workshop in north London. Wooden and metal are used to create the body of the items, then a layer of froth creates clean curves and luxury for the consumer. Subsequently, they’re coated with wool upholstery, which provides softness and texture.
“Though my earlier works have all the time had a female notice, my items typically introduced extra geometric qualities. The Peachy assortment is essentially the most curved of mine thus far, it reminds of all the gorgeous shapes of a girl’s physique and with out straight traces or sharp angles in sight “, mentioned Bohinc.
To study extra about Peaches, go to bohincstudio.com.
Photograph by Rebecca Reid.