Considering Sofist by Sule Koc, you may realize how little coziness comes despite the bulk of the chesterfield you've got at home. This skeletal seating system incorporates a forgiving wire frame, from which it offers support, while the cushy comfort the sitter seeks comes from the cushions themselves.
The beauty of this minimalistic couch isn't simply in its reduction of redundant components, but in the way it argues the fact that less is more. A truly versatile piece of furniture, the seat's pillows can be laid out wherever one wishes to repose along the structural surface, and the hollow base is ideal for arranging a pet bed. Hanging folders and grip-on coffee tables provide places to store books and magazines, and set down drinks, all within the casing of the Sofist by Sule Koc.
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Sofist by Sule Koc is a Sofa Stripped of Unnecessary Material
Published: Jun 3, 2011 • References: industrialdesignserved