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a natural root look
Originally, I probably went a little overboard on this design. Seeking all the elegance I could muster, I threw in the most expensive of leathers ( very soft ), layered goose down stuffings, and my hand made tangled root for an exterior back.
In addition to that, I envisioned the use of spalted oak woods ( SO lovely ), natural free flowing and sloping branch back, and all wooden joinery. Perhaps I was crazy. Before I was done the cost exceeded $30,0000. This, in 2006.
This was one of the first renderings of a view, looking at the back of the piece.
I actually see the piece with it's back design leaning more towards the photo directly below.
In order for this piece to be fully appreciated, it will need a larger room having it's back exposed to say, the entry to the room or at least within an area where it may be viewed on all sides, front and back.
For the back of this sofa, I envision the density of the roots or branches to be somewhere inbetween the density as shown in the conference table base , below and the sketch, above.
Pardon my shop photo but, I think it makes a point.