lullock: comfortable seating that moves with you
lullock: comfortable seating that moves with you lullock: comfortable seating that moves with you
dec 07, 2015

lullock: comfortable seating that moves with you

lullock: comfortable seating that moves with you 
all images courtesy of nicole hone




‘lullock’ is a relaxed seating element that provides comfort via a unique cushioning system and free-moving base. the piece is composed of an arched frame with fabric upholstery and spongy green ‘florets’ made of spiraled foam and felt. ‘lullock’ was designed by students nicole hone, reuben knauf, darnar kruy, nisha brunt, and james edwards from the victoria university of wellington in new zealand.

lullock seating element victoria university wellington designboom
‘lullock’ is designed to respond to the movement of the user




the arched base rolls smoothly as users transition from one position to another. ‘florets’ create a comfy, warm atmosphere perfect for nestling inside. whether reading, using a digital device, or relaxing; ‘lullock’ is capable of accommodating any activity.


video courtesy of nicole hone

choose your desired position of comfort

lullock seating element victoria university wellington designboom
‘florets’ are made of layers of foam and felt



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