Go Down the Rabbit Hole With Lara Batista’s Latest Lounge Chair
The furniture designer Lara Batista expands her Jolly Seats collection with this Neo-geo lounge. The chair’s intriguing inverted-C-shape form with cylindrical backrest (supported by a smaller version thereof) was sparked by “Alice in Wonderland”; in fact, the Brazilian-born, Florida-based designer divulges, “its nickname during the development and prototype process was ‘The Rabbit Hole.'”
Toca will certainly transport sitters to a magical headspace. Measuring approximately 28 inches high and deep and 25 wide, the lounge is offered in numerous upholstery options, including velvet, polyester, and cotton. We’re taken with the versions shown here, in Gray boucle and Figo linen.
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