The French designer Bernard Govin is known for his wide range of futuristic designs for, for example, Ligne Roset. Far ahead of its time even at the time, some of its designs, such as the Asmara set, are still currently in production. The sofa that we offer here, on the other hand, is on the rarer end of the spectrum.
The model is called "Satan" and is a cheeky reference to the design of this sofa. The pointy ears and the reversed horns at the front suggest that Govin did not just come up with this not undisputed name. In addition to this striking name, the sofa is technically a tour de force due to the many unusual angles and shapes around which the leather has to be stitched. Take a look, for example, at the upright seam that runs continuously across the sofa. A rather sophisticated detail.
The interior of the sofa consists entirely of a piece of foam and therefore makes this item extremely light. Given the sculptural design, it is not necessarily a sofa that belongs against the wall or a wall. The intention is to set him free in space. Especially because the back slopes forward and is also fully finished in leather and on top of that it shows the well-known Ligne Roset label on the edge.
A rare item that has been reupholstered in a full aniline cognac leather is what we offer you here and the condition of this "Satan" sofa is excellent. And last but not least a special mention has to be made of the superb seating comfort.