1. Glow In The Dark Couch
Ever walked into a piece of furniture when it’s dark at night? Well don’t fret, just get yourself a glow in the dark air filled sofa designed by Mario Bellini for Meritalia. The couch is made of recycled fibers. How they are glowing in the dark? There is no info about it.
2. Pixel Sofa
The Pixel Couch was designed by Royal College of Art graduate student Christian Zuzunaga and will be sold by Italian furniture company Moroso.
3. Stuffed Animal Couch
Not sure what to do with all those stuffed animals your child has collected. Here’s an idea – a stuffed animal couch. This couch is displayed at Harrod’s – not sure if it is for sale – but a fun couch.
4. Lego Sofa
Bekky is lego inspired design. The modular rubberized foam pieces can be assembled into various sofa shapes.If you get tired of your Lego couch design one day, just rearrange the blocks and you have yourself a whole new couch.
5. Custom Car Sofas
These Classic Car Sofas are all metal body, original vintage pieces of unique Car Art, NOT fiberglass reproductions. The lights all work and these can be custom made in any colors you like.
6. Cactus Sofa
Artists and designers get inspiration from a lot of things – even plants. Take cactus for instance. The freakily real green cactus-sofa above was used for an AXN-ad with the tagline “Relax if you can”.
7. Colorful Puzzle-Piece Couch
Designed by Philippe Nigro in attached-unit sets, each plays the function of lounge chair, love seat and sofa combined – visually and physically connected-yet-separated.
8. Crumpled Sofa
Tokujin Yoshioka takes white paper, crumbles it a lot and voilà. He creates a crumpled sofa with a ‘paperness’ and fluffy cloud feeling. Believe or not the sofa is actually made entirely of paper. The sofa sure is interesting, and makes a good point on the current awareness of recycling.
9. Lip Sofa
The Studio 65 Bocca Lip Sofa is a new and updated version of the original designed in 1972. It is produced of lightly textured red resin plastic which makes it perfect for both indoor or outdoor use.
Bocca came to international attention in 1972 with the new york exhibition ‘italy : a new domestic landscape’ at the MoMa – museum of modern art. Referenced in many books about modern design.
10. Grass Sofa
How much oxygen did your furniture produce today? Wouldn’t you rather be sitting outside in the back yard, than indoors on your couch? Now you too can have the best of both worlds, and sculpt lawn furniture from the lawn itself.
11. Candy Sofa
Designed by Matteo Thun for Italian furniture maker Rossi di Albizzate, the Tantisassi looks more like a bowl of M&M’s than your standard sofa.
12. Cross Sofa
Cross’ sofas give an element of creativity to the user, proving that high design can indeed be democratic. (Designer: Elvis Pennetuzzo)
13. Brush Sofa
Inspired by the shape a toothbrush, this will not only be comfortable to sleep on, but also useful for any giant serious about oral hygiene. (Designer: Ron Arad)
14. The Egg Sofa
Egg Sofa shouldn’t cause any problems for an experienced yogi but if you are a mere mortal – skip to the next example. (Brand name: Axn, Agency: 1861 United)
Wallfa is an intriguing two sided piece of furniture that is both wall and sofa. It offers a comfortable sitting area that becomes playful when users interact from both sides of the wall. Movement, sound and touch hint at what might be happening on the other side. (Designer: Jordi Kanudas)
16. Phat Knitt
PHAT KNITS is a series of giant threads used to create, knitted or not, interior products. (Designer: Bauke Knottnerus)
17. Wall Climbing Sofa
Perfect solution for getting a full size couch into your tiny room, if only it was flexible. (Designer: Lila Jang )
18. The Croissant Sofa
What’s not to love about this fresh design from Futé Design? The Croissant Sofa, part of the Bobo collection designed by Kenneth Cobonpue is sure to make a bold statement in any setting. Named for its crescent-looking form, this piece is made in two versions, one suitable for indoors, and another for outdoors. The indoor version is made out of a hand-woven abaca, commonly know as Manila hemp, a tree-like herb resembling a banana plant.
19. Yang Sofa
Yang Sofa is sofa that allows you to play with. It can be interlocked to form a sofa or a sectional. You can create a range of different groupings using up to four left or right arm sofas. Designer Francois Bauchet created this brilliant Yang sofa for Ligne Roset.
The Sitscape is a seating zone with a length of six meters. The form transforms the usual use of a couch. The design is based on specific seating positions and smooth transformations between them.