The Watching the Ships Roll In may be described as a sofa or a bench, but it also happens to look like a bare-boned day bed. From the removable cushions to its asymmetrical design, it gives the day bed a contemporary cot-like look. Although the overall design might be simple, the name suggests a romantic undertone, one that involves a person sitting down while taking in the vast ocean.
Designed by Marie Dessuant for Singularité, the Watching the Ships Roll In sofa/bench is made out of beech wood with a cotton canvas mattress and cushions. According to the Singularité website, it is "a contemporary and domestic interpretation of the deck chair." Only 30 pieces were produced.
Watching the Ships Roll In by Marie Dessuant Has Romantic Undertones
1. Contemporary Cot-like Designs - There is an opportunity for disruptive innovation in the furniture industry by creating contemporary cot-like designs for day beds.
2. Romantic Undertones - Designing furniture with romantic undertones can offer disruptive innovation opportunities in the home decor industry.
3. Asymmetrical Furniture Design - Exploring asymmetrical designs in furniture can lead to disruptive innovation in the interior design industry.
1. Furniture - The furniture industry can explore disruptive innovation by incorporating contemporary cot-like designs in day beds.
2. Home Decor - Disruptive innovation in the home decor industry can be achieved by incorporating romantic undertones into furniture designs.
3. Interior Design - Asymmetrical furniture designs present an opportunity for disruptive innovation in the interior design industry.