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Marcel Wanders designs Kisss Lounge Chair inspired by Salvador Dali's iconic sofa

The Kisss Lounge Chair by Marcel Wanders is a fun-loving connectable upholstered seater that pays homage to Salvador Dali's Iconic Mae West Lips sofa.

Boasting a versatile design, either as a single artistic statement or allowing endless combinations, the Kisss Lounge Chair lets you curate any space, big or small, effortlessly. Its alluring silhouette invites relaxation, while adding playful sophistication to any interior, from residential to hospitality and office spaces.

The Kisss Lounge Chair is upholstered in luxurious Kvadrat Divina 3 623, a 100% wool fabric with a multitude of colour options. It ships immediately in iconic Kvadrat red (Divina 3 623).

The Kisss Lounge Chair offers endless possibilities for architects, developers, and design enthusiasts alike. Crafted for versatility, this lounge chair boasts a matte black bracket mechanism, allowing seamless connection to create unique ensembles. Whether as a single piece, arranged in a line, u-shape, or circle, easily create cohesive seating arrangements that reflect your personal style. Infused with elegance, go for the iconic red upholstery variant, Kvadrat Divina 3 623, or explore a palette of bold hues to find your perfect match.

The Kisss Lounge Chair's alluring and curvy silhouette beckons you to sit and relax, while its surreal and whimsical nature brings a touch of playful sophistication to any space.

'The kiss is a major theme in literature and art, representing love and serving as a conduit for deep emotions. It graces the pages of stories, paintings, and sculptures, adding moments of timeless beauty to the human experience. My aim is to infuse spaces with an abundance of kisses, weaving threads of love and connection into the very fabric of our
lives,' says Marcel Wanders.

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