Bocca chair by Tal Gur for Gaga & Design

February 28th, 2013 by retail design blog

Bocca by Tal Gur was unveiled at IMM/Cologne/2013 and we thought to give you some insight on the enticing process the original idea went through, from initial sketch until developed as a product by Gaga and Design.

The concept is a reinterpretation following a one of a kind piece, a theme that the designer has been exploring since 2004. Gaga & Design has used its trade mark manufacturing techniques to develop it and the final results have attracted lots of attention of press and trade at the International Furniture Fair. Please follow below for the history of previous versions, exhibited at many design museums and galleries around the world.






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