The POPRAWIANY Armchair by Wamhouse Plays on Plastic Surgery

By: Meghan Young - Published: • References: & plusmood
The POPRAWIANY Armchair could very well be one of the most controversial pieces of furniture out there. It looks more like a leather sculpture than a practical seat. Made to resemble the body of a full-figured woman, the POPRAWIANY Armchair has strategically placed stitches where a plastic surgeon would probably draw lines to show where the fat needs to be sucked out of.

Created by Wamhouse, a Polish design studio founded by a graphic designer and civil engineer, the POPRAWIANY Armchair comes complete with a green cover that mimics the look of a hospital dress. Incredibly detailed from front to back, it even boasts arrows to illustrate where the 'skin' is meant to be taken in. Stats for Full-Figured Furniture Trending: Older & Buzzing
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