The Bloc’d Sofa – Tetris Inspired Furniture

The Bloc’d Sofa is a modular seating solution, designed to fit and work well through the many stages and settings of life. It is simple and straightforward, and encourages interaction, which is key to longevity. The design is flexible and playful, intuitive and elegant. It gracefully offers surprise elements, making it fun to interact with. Dressed up or down, it offers multiple seating arrangements for different settings and spaces. Steel, soft maple, upholstered foam. The couch was created by Scott Jones Design.

Limited Edition Alix Sofa by Tilt

I nternationally renowned French graffiti artist Tilt has collaborated with Amaze workshops to create an incredible and somewhat unexpected new piece of work. Alix , his personal reimagination of a sofa , is an iconic and boundary pushing piece of bold design. Tilt has created a covetable item that combines statement style and quality, whilst pushing boundaries to provide an evolutionary contribution to design led functional furniture. The bold monochrome palette enhances the equally striking contrast of the padded leather with a clean wooden framework. From behind, the sofa looks like another brilliant piece of Tilt’s signature traditional graffiti artwork , but once seen from the other side, it transforms into a luxury piece of furniture, with an inviting erotic edge. Created in France, master craftsmen worked tirelessly over 752 hours to make Tilt ‘s incredible creativity and imagination a reality; suffice it to say, the whole project was undeniably worth every second.

Kitschy QWERTY Keyboard Sofa

ZO_loft, a design and architecture firm located in Italy, is already well known for their award-winning designs. And the following project is great confirmation of this fact. This kitschy Qwerty keyboard sofa will be perfect at a tech conference, or in an IT company’s waiting area. “Arms folded and cheek pressed on the keys. Sooner or later, at home or at work, we all end up by falling asleep on our computer’s keyboard. Turning the archetypal image of a keyboard, into a sofa bed, QWERTY is proposed to hold you on its soft “keys” on evenings while working in the office or at home on a rainy afternoons spentwatching the home video, bringing a pinch of irony in our daily life. Anyway QWERTY is much more than a sofa bed. Thanks to micro electric motors controlled by a remote control, every single key/cushion is adjustable in height to give total freedom to the full available surface. In this way, the furniture becomes a playful carpet, a comfortable support but an unconventional surface, to let the users to be able to design new configurations useful for everyday life, and to be happy to finally sleep on their keyboard.” Take a look!

Confucius Sofa by Alexander Nettesheim

Alexander Nettesheim has designed the Confucius Sofa for the German manufacturer Bretz. Confucius combines opposites. Straight pad elements are arranged in oblique angles to each other and form a bizarre architectural sculpture. Every element is designed individually in terms of material, color and pattern. This fashionable, elegant and at the same time classic furniture item allows everyone to find the right combination. The Confucius sofa is equipped in a such way that each body is optimally supported, even after prolonged lounging around. The fine indentations enhance this effect and ensure complete relaxation of body and soul. Take a look!