Tremblay sofa

Bina Baitel Collection / Christophe Gaillard Gallery, 2022

The TREMBLAY sofa was created for the main living room of the Château du Tremblay in Normandy, a space entirely devoted to art and good living by the Christophe Gaillard Gallery.

The sofa seems to have been sculpted by nature in the manner of pebbles formed by the friction of sand and the movement of water.

Reinforced by the mineral aspect of the fabric that covers it, the sofa presents a primitive and elementary expression of a natural seat placed in a landscape or found in a walk by the sea.

Its curved and abstract forms offer the user a multitude of sitting or lying positions inviting him to appropriate them, making him an actor of his own environment.

Photos: Yosuke Kojima
Reference image: Robert Arsicaud, 1954

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