Rarely do sofas permit the opportunity for much adaptability, but a simple bucket seat like the Miro_Slaw Chair affords the sitter several different means to achieve comfort.
The base of the peculiar piece of furniture takes on an oblong form similar to that of a bathtub. Its abstract three dimensionality is further enhanced by an inner egg-shaped cushion which can be rotated in any direction, or even removed completely. The user can thus find himself comfortable reposing as both elements or stacked, or he may choose the empty two-legged seat or the floor-level lounger.
Designed by Niebo.Design, the Miro_Slaw Chair takes its eccentric form from an artistic inspiration. Named after the Catalan Spanish surrealist painter, Joan Miró, this unusual object adds a bold flavor to the space that surrounds.
The Miro_Slaw Chair Offers the Comfort of Concentric Oval Cushions
Amelia Roblin — June 20, 2011 — Art & Design