This living room resembles a Parisian salon transported to Greenwich, Connecticut
New Zealand Students Designed a Sofa That Promises Total Comfort
We've seen decor made out of influenza tainted chickens (yes, you read that right), sofas propelled by unbelievable musicians, and stools actually made out of money, so it is difficult to amaze us. Unless, that is, you put a piece of furniture before us that cases to offer a definitive in comfort.
The seat's bended exterior and free-moving base also allow it to rock forward and backward alongside your body's movement, which means you'll never again find yourself standing up and sitting down again to locate an agreeable position. Essentially, this couch takes its cues from you.
The Lullock was designed by Nicole Hone, Darnar Kruy, James Edwards, Nisha Brunt and Reuben Knauf (above), understudies at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. And despite the fact that they haven't declared regardless of whether they will pitch their model to the majority, we're keeping our fingers crossed. Simply think about all the movies you could orgy watch while relaxing on this thing.