The Contour Sofa's Shape is Carved by Stacked Cushions

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: May 23, 2012 • References: furnituredesignmarket & designspotter
Different from your run-of-the-mill chesterfield, the Contour Sofa gets its plushy form from padding stacked vertically into armrests and a backrest, rather than applied on the sides. The uncommon method has actually allowed designer Danilo Cvjetkovic to sculpt ergonomic curves into the couch, accommodating forward-facing and side-seated positions.

Another feature created through this layered composition is a small footrest below the main pad. It lets you get nice and cozy within the eccentric piece of furniture, sheltered on three sides by wrap-around cushioning. Made of fabric and leather, the Contour Sofa seems like it would make for the perfect place for an afternoon nap, with its structure much like that of a comfy day bed. Stats for Layered Topographical Loungers Trending: Older & Mild
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