daisuke motogi: lost in sofa
 
daisuke motogi: lost in sofa
nov 06, 2010

daisuke motogi: lost in sofa

‘lost in sofa’ W900 x D700 x H700 all photos by takahumi yamada

we often loose things in between the cushions of a sofa because they have fallen out of our pocket, or have just somehow found their way into the cracks, sometimes never to be found again, or perhaps stumbled upon accidentally while cleaning.

tokyo-based daisuke motogi‘s (daisuke motogi architecture) ‘lost in sofa’ plays on these occurrences, and has been designed to make the cracks between seat cushions purposeful, such as for storage.

daisuke motogi: lost in sofa books can be ‘shelved’ in between the cushions

‘lost in sofa’ was presented at designtide tokyo 2010.

daisuke motogi: lost in sofa demonstration of how ‘lost in sofa’ can be used

daisuke motogi: lost in sofa ‘lost in sofa’

daisuke motogi: lost in sofa

  • Where and how do buy this?

    shayne
  • hermoso diseño, que hermoso es pensar.

    drink milk , drink design
  • how much? and where can i buy on? sos! thank you!

    eva
  • Me gusta mucho este diseño. Me parece bonito, original y practico. Un 11 de nota!

    Javier
  • great idea !!1perfect

    kat
  • funny n functional….
    haha..imagine hide a ‘ring’ inside, find out with your lover n then say ‘Marry me’ <3

    kit
  • nice!!!

    gaby
  • Looks cosy and functional.
    However from my experience cleaning all those little spaces might be very hard to clean after a while…
    Nonetheless I’d like to try it!

    mojaio
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