The Concha Colored Couches Take Design Inspiration from the Sea

By: Misel Saban - Jan 24, 2016
References: samuelaccoceberry & dezeen
Talented designer and creative Samuel Accoceberry offers an unconventional source for the designs of his Concha colored couch range that turns to the sea for shape influence. The furniture collection features a slew of technicolor fabrics and tapestries coupled with curved aesthetics that replicate the shape of shells.

The Concha line features a uniformed series of materials to make up the line of armchairs and couches, beginning with a simple and curved walnut base. The chairs are then fitted with curved backs and soft pastel fabrics that relay the shape and swerved appearance of seashells.

Accoceberry explains to Dezeen his constructive methodology as, "The first approach was to create a small and comfortable armchair, that looks welcoming. This enveloping shape of the shell evokes that."