The Iconic Bocca sofa unveiled in 25 new colours

To mark the iconic lips-shaped sofa's 50th anniversary, Gufram has given it 25 fabulous new colours...

You'll have undoubtedly seen Gufram's iconic Bocca® sofa before, whether in the lobby of a cool design hotel, or on the pages of a glossy magazine. The sensual Lips shaped sofa has featured in numerous museums and design exhibitions around the world, and has been photographed for fashion magazines by the likes of David La Chapelle and Richard Avedon, featuring Heidi Klum, Anne Hathaway, and Sharon Stone as models. The iconic red lips sofa have even featured on world tour sets of Beyoncé, Kylie Minogue and Katy Perry.

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The Bocca® sofa design has been around for exactly fifty years, so to mark the anniversary, the makers at Gufram have unveiled the design in 25 fab new colours.

Now that's cause for celebration.

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Gufram is known for it's creative, fantastical products, ranging from Magritte-inspired apple-shaped chairs to children's building blocks that form Greek temples. The brand has also collaborated with fashion brand Moschino, producing a biker jacket shaped leather cabinet that's complete with zips, and a pair of furniture-sized high heel shoes that function as an armchair and cabinet. But the lips sofa, called Bocca®, is without a doubt the most iconic of them all.

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Designed for Gufram by Studio65 in 1970, the sensual sofa is a design icon of that time, along with the works of Andy Warhol and other masterpieces of Pop Art and Surrealism. Now, for the first time, the sofa is available in 25 brand new colourways.

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The new designs range from brights like Yves Klein blue, burnt orange and olive green to soft greys, taupes, black, brown and even white, so there's a lips sofa to suit every scheme and interior.

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The colours all come in the same wool-based fabric.

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Find out more here.