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COR's Upholstered Furniture

Designed by Studio Vertijet, Lava, an upholstered collection by COR.

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Molten lava is right!. Gorgeous flowing lines here.

About 20 years agomy sons and I walked across a new shell of hardened lava with lava flowing underneath it in the rain in Puna, Hawaii. The lava was so hot that there was nothing but steam in front of my face and my sons' . We were lost for hours trying to find the ocean to get back to car. The heat was so intense that my rubber flip flops or slippers were hot .

A few weeks after this incident, the hard shell,size of a football field, fell into the molten lava!

Love this furniture.



June 14, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterEmma Howard

I remember my jelly sticks when I saw this! I love the color and the design! Great job!

September 4, 2009 | Unregistered Commentercustom wood furniture

Amazing piece, the color style and design are sleek and modern. The Upholstery looks great.

April 8, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterLindsey + Hall

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