Most furniture is characterized by its static design that simply needs to be replaced after extended wear is placed on it, but the 'Voxel' modular sofa is designed to change this. Designed by the Denmark and New York-based architecture firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) for furniture brand Common Seating, the 'Voxel' modular sofa has a low design with components that can be flipped, moved or repaired, as needed. This is thanks to the block-like components that can be easily swapped out to keep the unit looking fresh.
The 'Voxel' modular sofa comes in a variety of shade choices and is made on-demand before being shipped directly to the customer from the workshop for a closed-loop shopping experience.
Image Credit: BIG / Common Seating