Monday, January 29, 2007

Lukum



The name, clearly of Oriental origin, evokes a rarefied atmosphere of large Ottoman divans, of relaxation; indeed, the dimensions are large, airy, the cushions are connected up invisibly, standing on the ground. Large hems, taut fabrics, elegant and precious, smock stitch out of scale on the sides, confer a flavour of understated luxury.
Designer
Patricia Urquiola

1 comment:

trendoffice said...

Lukum is a cheap and very popular turkish desert - turkish delight - and it is usually sold cut into pieces in the same form as the pieces the sofa is made of. I can see a resemblance here in two points - the sofa and the designer are really that popular, the sofa is really that comfortable, but far away not that cheap and readily availble for everyone:)