January 24, 2011

More news from the Cologne 2011. This unusual piece earned its creator Hanna Emelie Ernsting the second place in this year’s [D3] Talents Competition. Moody couch got its name for its ability to take and retain many shapes. The transformation is achieved thanks to the extended textile cover, which can be draped around the base in many different ways. A high quality cotton upholstery is reinforced by wadding, making the material more luxurious and also able to hold the desired form. Thus, the object can respond to changes in environment and user’s emotional state. The designer calls this concept – ‘form follows moods.’ By detaching cover from the base and giving it freedom, Ernsting created a piece of furniture that is as flexible as fabric. A couch that can wrap around you after a long day – who would not like that…

Source: Dezeen

Olga on 01/24/11

I guess i am not that advanced in interior design… :(

missy on 01/25/11

Love the bohemian look. Reminds me of the early works by Pascal
Mourgue, only taken to the new extreme.

Tommy Monzon on 01/27/12

Major thanks for the blog post.Thanks Again. Want more.

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