Any bookworm will love to sit in the Kosha Chair by the window and just enjoy a piece of literature on a lazy Sunday afternoon.
The Kosha Chair was designed by Claudio D’amore who wanted to create a meditative space and a protective sheath. It’s made from 33 strips of wood which has been machined individually and then hand assembled. The chair forms a ‘U’ shape, in which there are several slots embedded throughout either side that provides space for books. In the middle lays a free-flowing seat designed in an ergonomic manner to provide the ultimate comfort to the reader.
The slick aerodynamic design and the functionality of the Kosha Chair provides the ideal space for bookworms. It’s the best way to relax with a piece of literature.
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