kaschkasch and Zeitraum collaborated to design the YOMA bed, which was made to appear as if it is floating above the ground. The inspiration of the YOMA bed was taken from the classic futon sofa bed that made its popular mark in the 90s. The emergence of the futon comes from Japan's traditional futons that roll out attop of tatami mats. This concept was implemented in Europe in a more modern and minimal approach, and now kaschkasch has given the futon bed another remodeling.
The YOMA bed offers various functionalities aside from sleep, such as the storage shelves and tables it provides. Additional surface areas can be achieved by adding the YOMA plate side table to any area on the edge. The corners of the YOMA bed are rounded off to prevent any injuries.
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