The Austrian manufacturer Wittmann has been making elegant upholstered furniture since the 1950s–but apparently its sofas and chairs would have looked just as good in the living spaces of the 1150s. At least that’s the idea behind the company’s new catalog, which Stefan Oláh shot at Schloss Ernstbrunn, a gorgeous medieval castle in Lower Austria. This is pretty much exactly how I plan to live once I find that winning lotto ticket. More photos after the jump.
Above: a chaise longue designed by the Paris-based American architect Edward Tuttle. Photos: Stefan Oláh/courtesy Wittmann
A cantilever wing chair by Jan Armgardt
A sofa by Edward Tuttle
From the Polka collection of sofas, by Marie Rahm and Monica Singer