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Scarlet Splendour

Animal Seat Sofa by Marcantonio - Scarlet Splendour

A playful seat in the shape of an imaginary animal, the Animal Seat is fully covered in premium suede leather. Green and ivory stripes add fun and quirk to this delightful, unusual sofa. Another rare creature finds its place in the Forest Collection. The Animal Seat is the perfect combination of exotic and inviting. Does it love to host a grand party? Absolutely!

Care: Vacuum clean when required. A leather cleaner may be used occasionally.

Celebration of authenticity: Slight variations or imperfections are the marks of an artisan, a testament to the individuality, emotion and originality of each work of art.

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Material - Wood, Foam, Leather & Nautical Resin
Dimensions - 187 x 96 x 88cm (WxDxH)
Weight - 105kg
Designer - Marcantonio

ABOUT THE DESIGNER


ABOUT THE DESIGNER

After attending the Academy of Fine Arts, Marcantonio started creating unique design led pieces, enriching them with artistic concepts. His collection is a connection between Man and Nature, interpreting both the dynamics and beauty of them. "I never give up irony; irony is a serious matter. If a good idea is even fun, I cannot resist to realise it".

ABOUT SCARLET SPLENDOUR

Ashish Bajoria and Suman Kanodia founded Scarlet Splendour in 2014. The siblings grew up in Kolkata, India with a deep sense of appreciation for the aesthetic. They combined their mutual passion for design to form Scarlet Splendour, with a view to integrate their maximalist sensibilities and become, possibly, the first design editors in India. Scarlet Splendour collaborates with the finest international designers. Together we create a wide range of luxury furniture collections that go beyond ordinary imagination and design limitations to become a work of art on its own.

Scarlet Splendour collaborates with the finest international designers. Together we create a wide range of luxury furniture collections that go beyond ordinary imagination and design limitations to become a work of art on its own.

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