Odd and creative Sofa designs
Sofas and couches are more than just means to achieve relaxation, they can be an item of intrigue and create personality to the whole room. Check out these amazing sofa designs that are odd yet very creative.
Pixel Sofa – The beauty of the Pixel Sofa lies in the fabric which has been picked up by Danish manufacturer Kvadrat. It is based off of a concept by Cristian Zuzunaga, a Royal College of Art graduate. The fashionable couch is sure to grab a lot of eyeballs and not without good cause, with its wide spectrum of colors.
Swimming Pool Sofa – If you are a water baby, then this is the sofa for you. This fascinating concept sofa design was made for an advertisement campaign of PiscineCastiglione, a swimming pool design firm.
Bocca Sofa – The iconic 1970 lip-shaped sofa is based on Salvador Dali’s famous Mae West sofa of 1936. The erotic lips of this beautiful Hollywood actress inspired Dalí and he converted this into a sofa. A special installation pictures the image of the face of May West. It’s available only in red.
Coliseum Sofa – If Rome or history is your thing, you are going to love this. Created in the shape of the famous Roman Coliseum, this sofa is perfect for any art or history lover and you can have ancient Rome right in your living room. Odd, creative and beautiful.
Coffin Sofa – If you have a penchant for the dark and macabre, you can try out this sofa. Whether you like the design or not, this pieces of artwork are worth $4,500 each. Designed using recycled 18 gauge steel coffins; the raw material was collected from local funeral homes based in Southern California. Against the health and safety law that doesn’t allow funeral homes to resell used coffins, these coffins were sold to public to make them aware of the benefits of recycling.
Double Decker Sofa – If you have space issues, try this double-decker sofa. This is a creation of Napoleon versus Napoleon 1999, by Kuno Nuessli in collaboration with Sven-Anwar Bibi.
Sila, The Yoga Sofa – Sila is a yoga expression, which translates to sitting cross-legged. The intention is to bring the tranquility of meditation to a modern setting. It was created by Eridani Saleh which represents the solidity of traditional construction and practice while contributing a fresh type of relaxation.