Jaime Hayon's ultra-stylish and exceptional curvy sofas are the epitome of contemporary design. Dubbed 'Plenum,' the collection is designed for Danish furniture brand Republic of Fritz Hansen.
The motivation behind the pieces goes deeper than modern sensibilities, however. Through the silhouettes and possible functionalities of the range of curvy sofas, Jaime Hayon hopes to advocate for the inherent hybridization of furniture. That is, the key to good design lies in adaptability. Hence, furnishings are having this "hybrid moment," where a single piece is accessible to both home and work environments. A good reason for that is that "people want to feel at home when they're working." Moreover, the stylish approach to office furniture definitely has the possibility to boost office morale.
Jaime Hayon's Curvy Sofas are Ideal for Both Homes and Offices
Kalina Ned — December 8, 2018 — Art & Design
References: fritzhansen & dezeen