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Of the first prototype, in red, Sempé recalls: "I was really sad when I saw it—I thought it was boring, and I was not sure how I could improve it. The quilt seemed extremely sad, like a sleeping bag. I wasn't convinced." So they tried reducing the new sti

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Originally appeared in Designing the Ruche Sofa
on January 3, 2012
Of the first prototype, in red, Sempé recalls: "I was really sad when I saw it—I thought it was boring, and I was not sure how I could improve it. The quilt seemed extremely sad, like a sleeping bag. I wasn't convinced." So they tried reducing the new sti
Of the first prototype, in red, Sempé recalls: "I was really sad when I saw it—I thought it was boring, and I was not sure how I could improve it. The quilt seemed extremely sad, like a sleeping bag. I wasn't convinced." So they tried reducing the new stitching "to be more rich and less flat than the red, which is too big and remains boring."

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