Formal in mid century form but free flowing in pop-art style. The design is a functional open-end chaise and a sofa. Included in this reproduction is the matching ottoman that fits the design as a set. The original designer was a sculptor first and furniture designer second. This free form organic design theme is evident in all of his pieces from his noted coffee table to his 1946' sofa design. Supported by a traditional solid inner wood frame, this reproduction is built with attention to quality and scale. * Style: "Kidney Bean" Sofa and Ottoman * Frame: Traditional hardwood box frame construction * Seat Platform: Reinforced bottom seat cushion platform for firm longer lasting support * Foam Type: Multi density foam seat and back cushions wrapped in silk layer provide comfort and cushion structure memory * Seat Cushion Style: 1 piece full length stationary seat cushion * Stitch Edge Type: Matching streamlined piping * Tufting Edge Type: Single back row button tufting * Fabric Type: Tweed Fabric in a premium Cashmere Wool Blend * Fabric Content: 50% Cashmere Wool 50% Synthetic Fiber * Back Style: Fitted stationary single piece back * Dimensions: Height 26? x Depth 36.8? x Width 118.1? * Dimension: Floor to seat height 13.4? * Ottoman Dimensions: Height 13.4" x 26.2" Depth x 46.8" Width * Leg Type: Solid wood legs * Feature: The entire sofa & ottoman is stitched and crafted by hand * Feature: Comes standard with floor protection caps on legs * Feature: Comes standard with matching ottoman * Warranty: 3 year limited warranty About Cashmere Wool: Cashmere wool fiber is obtained from “Cashmere goats.” Historically, fine-haired Cashmere goats have been called Capra hircus laniger, as if they were a subspecies of the domestic goat Capra Hircus. Cashmere goats produce a double fleece that consists of a fine, soft undercoat or under-down of hair mingled with a straighter and much coarser outer coating of hair called Guard Hair. For the fine under-down to be sold and processed further, it must be de-haired. De-hairing is a mechanical process that separates the coarse hairs from the fine hair. After this separating process the resulting premium “cashmere” is ready to be dyed and converted into yarn.