Can you believe that it’s constructed of small triangle pieces of birch plywood?
Apparently it’s pretty soft to lay down on due to the way all the pieces are attached.
I picture this in a airy loft apartment with waxed cement floor, big factory windows, lots of natural light and an eclectic mix of modern and more rustic furniture choices.
Do you think it can become a classic, much like the Le Corbusier chaise lounge from 1928?
Or is this cool in the moment but will lose it’s design steam over time?
What do you think?
The Fulo bits bench, although I call it an interpretation of the classic chaise-lounge, above is designed by the Swedish design duo Olof Nordenson and Ulf N. Jevin, that will present this bench at the Stockholm furniture fair coming up in a couple of days.
I really like the birch plywood triangular module system and can absolutely see this in designer hotels and airy penthouse and loft apartments.
I’d love to see it incorporated in a home setting!
Wishing you all a lovely start on the new week!
Stay tuned for tomorrows guest post on FarFetchers.
Photos via Designboom