Couches have come a long way to embody characteristics of pieces fit for lounging, but the Origami Sofa by Carlos Tiscar differs from the conventional chesterfield in the type of activities it optimizes.
Reclining with a book, slouching to socialize and sprawling out in front of the TV require cushy chairs lacking the support one may need while typing on a laptop, per se. This particular couch design was executed as a series of plushy planes, looking almost as if it could fold into itself, which hence explains its name's derivation.
The Origami Sofa by Carlos Tiscar has a high-pitched back and armrests that keep the sitter from sliding down. The best desk substitute chesterfield for cozy computer use, this clever piece of OFFECCT furniture will do your aching back some good.
The Origami Sofa by Carlos Tiscar Reworks the Conventional Chesterfield
Amelia Roblin — March 4, 2011 — Art & Design
References: carlostiscar & dezeen