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Initially, the sofa was a traditional element of furniture in the East (Ottoman Empire). It was characterized by low landing, a small back and many pillows. The sofa was covered with leather, thin carpets and silks. In the 17th century, the sofa became known in Europe and was usually placed in aristocratic living rooms and was intended for daytime rest in a sitting position. The frame of the sofa was made of fine wood (cedar, larch), the upholstery was made of silk or leather, and removable (furniture) pillows for greater rigidity were stuffed with sheep wool or horsehair.
The sofa was originally the throne of the Arabs and Egyptians, its existence is already confirmed in antiquity. In Roman society, the sofa was in the dining room, known as triclinum. Three sofas were placed around a low table and the men rested while they ate (although the women sat in conventional chairs ).
The sofa was originally an elitist piece of furniture and it was not until industrialization that the sofa became an essential item of furniture in middle and lower class homes. Throughout its history it has often been the subject of controversy, considering it a great variety of things from decadent to conformist.
Today the sofa is invariably linked to domestic family life and television culture. It is often placed in front of the television in the living room and is also used to nap. The sofa has also become the central support for many sitcoms and comedies. This symbiosis, with which the sofa has gone from the private to the public sphere, has been represented satirically in popular culture, in television series such as Friends, Married With Children, The Simpsons and Beavis and Butt-Head.
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