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Lounge of Layers Seating From Droog

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Dec 02, 2014 01:25 AM
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by Promila Shastri last modified Dec 01, 2014

Stockholm-based designer Katrin Greiling has created a sofa design for Droog that means to be a feast for the eyes—literally. Called Lounge of Layers, Greilling’s design creates a sandwich from four layers of foam, each upholstered in a different color and stitched together, creating a densely cushioned seat that rests on an identically-sized wooden base. Designed to make a — Continue reading …




 

 

Lounge-of-layers-Katrin-Greilling-Droog-4Stockholm-based designer Katrin Greiling has created a sofa design for Droog that means to be a feast for the eyes—literally. Called Lounge of Layers, Greilling’s design creates a sandwich from four layers of foam, each upholstered in a different color and stitched together, creating a densely cushioned seat that rests on an identically-sized wooden base. Designed to make a striking statement, with or without backrest, the backless version easily morphs into streamlined daybed or guest room bed, while the 8 available colorways allow for a range of multicolored sandwich ‘fillings’ while somehow managing to preserve the sofa’s understated elegance. Now, that’s delicious design!Lounge-of-layers-Katrin-Greilling-Droog-7Lounge-of-layers-Katrin-Greilling-Droog-1
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