Founded in 1965 by Franco Audrito and a team of young designers, Studio 65 created cult objects such as the Bocca Sofa and Capitello Chair. Today, with offices in Torino, Jeddah, Cairo, and Bali, the firm has created landmark buildings through the world.
|Upholstery Material Details: Polyethylene fabric||Product Design: Stationary|
|Style: Modern||Upholstery Color: Red|
|Upholstery Material: Other||Number of Items Included: 1|
|Water Resistant: Yes||Fire Resistant: Yes|
|Mildew Resistant: Yes||Tear Resistant: Yes|
|Pattern: Solid||Back Style: Cushion back; Tight back|
|Outdoor Use: Yes||Seating Capacity: 3|
|Weight Capacity: 250 Pounds||Application: Commercial; Residential|
|Country of Manufacture: United States|
Questions & Answers
Heller Studio 65 Bocca Sofa
ruby red and delicious
Elizabeth from Santa Fe, NM– Verified Buyer
love it love it love it love it love it
Love "the Smile" sofa
Linda miller from Rosemary beach Florida
My logo is "the Smile of 30a" so I plan to use this in a new marketing campaign. It is difficult to handle tho' because there are no handles or ways to grip..when trying to move
Didn't know it was plastic....
Paige Rainey from Canton, CT– Verified Buyer
I bought this for my tanning and beauty bar... As a couch...but it will sit as a piece of art bc it is made out of hard plastic... Lol!
i heart bocca!
jelio from CA
this makes me SMILE everytime i see it. i use it indoors and its very comfortable to lounge on sideways. its a lightly textured hard resin plastic, easy to wipe down. i'd recommend getting a sample of the material from Heller so you know exactly what you are getting. it's bulky to move, i scraped mine up a bit, but it still looks great. get your monkey-armed friends to help move it. i LOVE it!
Anonymous from Florida
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