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Lost in sofa by Daisuke Motogi 03 Lost in sofa armchair by Daisuke Motogi
Lost In Sofa Chair - "Who would ever know what you’ll find between or underneath the sofa cushions? A coin, a remote controller or a book you’ve been looking for? Or maybe more than those, if you’re with the Lost In Sofa chair designed by Daisuke Motogi Architecture. Featuring small cubes to form the seat, the new furniture can hold almost everything you insert into it so that you can conveniently reach for a book, a pen or even a cup of coffee during the leisure time. Fantastic!"
thedailywhat: Sofa King Cool Sofa of the day: Daisuke Motogi’s “Lost in Sofa” pokes fun at the quotidian annoyance of losing items under couch cushions with a single-seat sofa that is designed to encourage the embedding of objects such as books and cell phones for safekeeping. [designboom.]
'lost in sofa' by Daisuke Motogi - awesome idea for being able to stick whatever you need in your chair!
The the Lost In Sofa chair by design studio Daisuke Motogi Architecture. Items (remote controls, books, iPad, or whatever) can be safely into these little spots between the upholstered cubes that form the seat. (at Like Cool)
chandelier (my favorite) all white walls, fun molding, and organized wall prints!
Oh my word! I LOVE this pink couch! If only I had my own craft room, I would SO deck it out in fun colours!
Wood slab counter top as kitchen bar seating - Very unique.... could use this is a country style kitchen
Want this settee...if it goes further down in price, I might invest in it! 60" long -- perfect for smaller rooms
"Ideas that sit well" in Hamburg's Museum fur Kunst und Gewerbe invited designers to peruse chairs, armchairs, and sofas.
Mathilde Sofa, Dots
Turn-of-the-century oak chair with a soft Pendleton wool seat
Industrial metal and timber chairs with drawers
Sectional Sofa Bed. Could be perfect for a extra bed in the living room or if we have to have a one bedroom apt.
Dining chairs with bold yellow print and navy cushions / bhg.com #kouboo #kitchen