arik levy: confession
arik levy: confession
mar 22, 2010

arik levy: confession

confession by arik levy

israeli born, paris based designer arik levy has created ‘confession’ a limited edition of seating furniture for the home. this object in two parts, is a kind of modern home confessional. by borrowing one of the catholic church’s communications tools, he reworks the proportions to create an object with a seating area larger than the traditional version.

‘confession’ will be on display as part of the ‘preliminaires’ exhibition presented by gallery slot, paris during milan design week 2010 at the straf hotel.

arik levy: confession

arik levy: confession

arik levy: confession detail

arik levy: confession the sides of ‘confession’

arik levy: confession confessional in two parts, left and materials: black enamelled MDF, matte chestnut finish, feather cushion, felt cloth dimensions: H 210 x W 86 x D 87 cm 


    internet gallery of modern arts

  • Inane. But a smaller version would be a great hit with cats!

    Michael King
  • Design as such non-existent. However, were it to fulfill the role between folks that the “Confessional” supposedly does for RC folk, then it could be a useful tool d;-)

  • Big Disappointment from such an amazing designer

  • I don’t really like it. I feel as though they just kind of started with a name an went from there.


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