Couches & Sofas by Michel Haillard seen at The Clift, San Francisco - Horn Sofa
Couches & Sofas by Michel Haillard seen at The Clift, San Francisco - Horn Sofa
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Horn Sofa

Description
This Horn Sofa was found in a flea market in Paris and is made of ostrich leather, dark wood, bronze and horns. Haillard is known for creating daunting furniture composed of unique and striking animal parts as a celebration of animals and a protest against human dominance. Here, in the lobby of The Clift, it is beautifully paired with a Salvador Dali Leda Low Table-Sculpture from Barcelona Design.
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Meet the Creator

Michel Haillard’s furniture could be characterised as creations of an exotic, paradoxical Baroque design. Some view his work as infernal, phantasmagorical visions. The French designer's use of exotic leathers, dark wood, bronze, and horns, combined with a tribal sensibility, can be daunting.

His use of unique and striking animal parts is a celebration of animals and a protest against human dominance. These whimsical, challenging pieces show an unbridled imagination, a manifest nostalgia for pomp and irony.

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