Raz Omer's 'Naja couch' is carving a place for nomadic living in the design world. This inflatable couch encapsulates the rapid lifestyle changes of Millennial living. This design poses as a solution to the growing demographic of young people who are subjected to compact and temporary living arrangements.
To help perpetual renters break free of the financial commitment of couches, this comfortable two-meter sofa can be assembled without tools or screws. In addition to being cost-effective and user-friendly, the couch also offers consumers a lightweight and ultra-portable piece of furniture that's ideal for temporary living situations. The stylish bubble-shaped couch offers a fashionable alternative to expensive and heavy couches, and aims to ensure that young people can transport all their furniture with them between moves.
Photo Credits: designboom, razomer
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