Sleepy Chair by Daisuke Motogi Architecture

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Sleepy Chair by Daisuke Motogi Architecture

Tokyo 2010: here's another chair by Japanese design studio Daisuke Motogi Architecture (see our earlier story), this time made from a thin mattress folded into a concertina.

Sleepy Chair by Daisuke Motogi Architecture

Called Sleepy Chair, the project was presented at DesignTide Tokyo 2010 earlier this week.

Sleepy Chair by Daisuke Motogi Architecture

Photographs are by Takahumi Yamada.

Sleepy Chair by Daisuke Motogi Architecture

Here's a tiny bit of text from the designer:


Sleepy chair

A chair as a blanket which provides a space of warmth and happiness.

Size : W700 D1100 H950

Sleepy Chair by Daisuke Motogi Architecture

DAISKE MOTOGI
Born in 1981 in the Saitama Japan
2004 Graduated from Musashino Art University
2004~2010 Worked for Schemata Architecture Office
2010 Daisuke Motogi Architecture


See also:

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Lost in Sofa by Daisuke
Motogi Architecture
Felt Up by
Charlotte Kingsnorth
+ by Yaroslav
Misonzhnikov
  • rimper

    i feel sleepy just by looking at it…

  • Ben Dover

    Great explanatory text by Daisuke Motogi. What more should he have said about it?

    I wish more designer were able to be so to the point and refrain from unnecesary 'intellectual' blah blah to try to make their projects seem more interesting.

  • http://dayfish.ru rib

    On this sofa to sleep not conveniently, only to have a rest.

  • http://flockofteacosy.blogspot.com/ Flock of Tea Cosy

    I love this Princess-and-the-pea chair!

  • john

    only in japan….

  • andrea

    Ben… could not agree more… best comment in years!

    andrea

  • xtiaan

    Im put to sleep just looking at it but not in the way the designer intended