Living Edge launched this lounge by Australian designer, Jon Goulder, at SiD in Melbourne this August.
August 12th, 2008
Calypso is a mix between a Love Seat and a traditional Chaise Longue. This beautiful design piece was one of the showstoppers at this year’s Saturday in Design festival.
According to it’s designer, Jon Goulder, the Calypso is designed to provide it’s user with "cocoon like personal space within the home and to inspire conversation and intimacy between couples."
The Calypso has been developed from prototype with assistance from The Australian Council of the Arts, Maker to Manufacture to Market Grant and in collaboration with Jon Goulder and Living Edge.
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