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Lost in Sofa by Daisuke Motogi Architecture

Lost in Sofa by Daisuke Motogi Architecture

Tokyo 2010: Japanese studio Daisuke Motogi Architecture presented this armchair for holding and hiding things at DesignTide Tokyo 2010 earlier this week.

Lost in Sofa by Daisuke Motogi Architecture

Items can be stored by wedging them into slots between the upholstered cubes that form the seat.

Lost in Sofa by Daisuke Motogi Architecture

Photographs are by Takahumi Yamada.

Lost in Sofa by Daisuke Motogi Architecture

Here's a bit of text from the designer:


Lost in sofa

Things often get lost under the sofa. It's ordinary for a coin which slipped out of your pocket, or a never-to-be-found remote to be accidentally found in between/underneath the sofa cushions. Maybe you'll find a forgotten 10,000yen bill that you once hid there...

Size : W900 D700 H700

Lost in Sofa by Daisuke Motogi Architecture

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