“Daydream” Sculptural Seat by Joynout

February 22nd, 2017 by retail design blog

Being able to kick back and relax is a luxury for most and when you have a seat that lets you climb into all different angles and positions, even better. Tel Aviv and Milan based Joynout designed the ultimate minimalist lounger that invites you sit, lounge, relax, and daydream. Made in Italy, Daydream is an X-shaped seat that was inspired by the infinity symbol allowing users to rest at an inclined position.

Two cushioned panels interlock to form a versatile seat for up to two people who face each other and are encouraged to interact. Daydream will debut at this year’s Salone del Mobile and will be available in 10 colorways out of durable Kvadrat fabrics.

Design: Joynout
Photography: Francesco Bolis

http://design-milk.com/a-sculptural-seat-designed-for-daydreaming/

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