a fallen leaf sofa by jbomers design
aug 20, 2012
a fallen leaf sofa by jbomers design



‘bomers’ #2′ by jeroen bomers

dutch company jbomers design has extended its ‘bomers’ series’ – a range of furniture informed by the form of a tree -with ‘bomers’ #2′.
the piece is a sofa resembling a leaf just fallen, settled gracefully on the earth below. the hand-curved steel frame of the structure
follows the same pattern as the veins of the greenery, adapting its natural structure and strength. surrounding the skeleton is
specifically crafted leather-clad cushioning, however, the ‘veins’ of the seat are left exposed for a pronounced aesthetic in contrasting colors.


the sofa in situ


the furniture resembles a leaf just fallen from the tree


the ‘veins’ of the design are exposed deliberately, to accentuate the form of the leaf

 
the wire-frame is surrounded with leather-clad cushioning


the metal structure of the design

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