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Cartoonish, irreverent and with somewhat hallucinogenic proportions, the Bocca Sofa was designed by Studio 65 in 1970. With a unique form made possible through the use of cold-expanded polyurethane, the sofa is covered in bright red fabric, with a pouty lower lip for the seat and an upper lip backrest. Even as a 1:6 scale model, the Vitra Miniature Bocca is still one pretty big mouth.
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Cartoonish, irreverent and with somewhat hallucinogenic proportions, the Bocca Sofa was designed by Studio 65 in 1970. With a unique form made possible through the use of cold-expanded polyurethane, the sofa is covered in bright red fabric, with a pouty lower lip for the seat and an upper lip backrest. Even as a 1:6 scale model, the Vitra Miniature Bocca is still one pretty big mouth.

Founded in Switzerland in 1950, Vitra produces intelligent and inspiring furniture and accessories for the home, office and other public spaces. Ever mindful of the importance of sustainability in design, Vitra creates furnishings with high quality and versatile style that ensures functional and aesthetic enjoyment for the long term.

The Miniature Bocca is available with the following:


Details:
  • 1:6 scale model
  • Made of polyurethane foam, fabric
  • Made by hand in Poland
  • Comes packaged in wood box
  • Includes informational booklet
  • Originally designed by Studio 65, 1970
Dimensions:
  • Item: Height 5.75", Width 14", Depth 5.25"

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202 530 01


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