The Big Girl armchair is the largest piece in the collection. Characterised by bobbly, swollen-looking shapes made from a wooden and steel structure covered with foam and wool, the chair creates a cradle-style seat.
Taking cues from the curves of the female form, the designer explained that she wanted to light-heartedly reclaim words regularly attached to women's bodies for the collection.
"Like much of my work, the design is playful and a little bit sexy so I wanted to ensure the names of each piece reflected that aspect of the design," Bohinc told Dezeen.
"The collection was inspired by bosoms and bottoms so I played with words that are often associated with these parts of the body and so we landed on Peaches for the overall collection name and Derriere, Peachy and Big Girl for the individual pieces."
Bohinc used eye-catching hues of red and pink for the furniture, which she said nods to the vibrant colours often found in her work.
"Red and pink are both very sensual, so it felt instinctive to initially present the collection in those two colours," she acknowledged. "Red is also my favourite colour."
While the seating collection is functional furniture, Bohinc explained that its curvaceous shapes were specifically designed to inclusively celebrate the many varied bodies women have.
"We often see the female form depicted in art, photography and design but so often based on a more slender silhouette."
"However, I was inspired by big voluptuous surfaces that represent and celebrate larger and more shapely curves of the female form."
Bohinc is a London-based designer who is on the judging panel for the 2022 Dezeen Awards. Her first collection of chairs was informed by the shapes of planets and their orbits while she also previously created a series of interlocking boxes covered in traditional Japanese laquer.
The photography is by Rebecca Reid.
Milan design week took place from 6 to 12 June 2022 in Milan, Italy. See our Milan design week 2022 guide on Dezeen Events Guide for information about the many other exhibitions, installations and talks that took place throughout the week.