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//Slash sofa by Adrien Rovero for Campeggi

Milan 2010: Swiss designer Adrien Rovero has created a sofa that can be transformed into a bed by re-arranging blocks of upholstery.

Called //Slash, the furniture will be presented by Italian brand Campeggi at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile next week.

The tubular metal frame has slats supporting the foam blocks, and the two parts slide apart to expand into a bed.

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The following information is from the designer:

// Slash

From the quick and visible transformation of a sofa into a bed, //slash is inspired by the foldable simple mattress. From this known foldable principle, the concept is push to the extreme in term of comfort and uses by including slats, an easy transformation as well as 2 clear uses.

Thanks to the pressure given by the structure to the foam to maintain it on both position. To convert it, the drawer like structure can be slide to the front before the mattress is unfolded. This project is another collaboration with Campeggi with the goal to breakthrough the world of sofa and their other uses.

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