The Pryor Callaway Odalisque Simplifies Feminine Curves

By: Katherine Vong - Published: Nov 20, 2009 • References: pryorcallaway & contemporist
In classical paintings, the Odalisque is a female figure laying (usually naked) on a chaise lounge. The Pryor Callaway Odalisque combines that concept with extreme minimalism to create a sculptural furniture piece that is unique and modern.

Carved by hand, the Pryor Callaway Odalisque is a contemporary piece that acts as a sculpture as well as a bench or coffee table. According to the New York-based designer Callaway, "the contemporary piece unifies the beauty of the feminine curve with the functionality of a lounge, blurring the line between furniture and sculpture." Stats for Female Form Minimalism Trending: Older & Chilly
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