paq chair by Géza Csire

July 12th, 2012 by retail design blog

The idea of paq chair was inspired simply by necessity. When moving into his new apartment in 2010, Géza Csire, the young product design engineer had only a mattress to furnish his room with. As he was looking for a couch, but also a solution to hide the messy mattress, he soon came up with the idea of probably the world’s simplest way to transform a bed into an armchair.

A unique piece of design that is comfortable, fun and amazingly practical for all types of living spaces. While it accessorizes your home, it also functions as the perfect solution for your overnight guest accomodation. Stylish and comfortable, paq chair consists of a mattress, a changeable textile cover and a cylindrical drum that serves as a bedside table and hides the bed sheet.

This clever design moved on to take one and half years of product development and has been awarded at the 2011 Belgrade Mikser Design Festival. Thanks to the cooperation with BBDM design management, in Spring 2012 the paq chair has made it’s public debut.

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