|Sun and moon eclipse into a startled smile in the bellicose style of the Wari people, regarded as brave warriors. Their legendary artistry inspires the colorful Legged Sofa series by ceramic artist Lulli Luca. It is a unique celebration of pre-Hispanic Peruvian cultures, as well as of women and their role in the family, art and culture. I wanted to express the merger of the different eras so antiquity is expressed through the decoration, while the modern era can be seen in the sofa style, explains Luca. The legs are movable and are meant to identify woman as being ever-present in our lives as a mother, a wife, and the link between the workplace and home. My idea is to convey a sense of intense freedom, that's why the legs can be moved and set in any position to symbolize that women have a mind of their own and can position themselves at will. The sofas also represent my own artistic freedom to create modern designs that are alive with the spirit of the past.