matali crasset: dynamic life for campeggi
 
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apr 08, 2011

matali crasset: dynamic life for campeggi

matali crasset: dynamic life for campeggi all images courtesy of matali crasset

 

 

 

french designer matali crasset‘s ‘dynamic life’ for italian furniture company campeggi is a sofa that proposes a number of seating variations. devoid of any complicated mechanisms, the design features seven sections that can easily be folded outwards – each one individually – transforming parts of the piece (or the entire sofa if needed) into a full-out lounger. an adaptation on the classic recliner, the ‘dynamic life’ is conceived not for passive comfort, but for an active one.

 

matali crasset: dynamic life for campeggi each of the seven sections can be folded outwards individual depending on the users needs

 

 

matali crasset: dynamic life for campeggi the unit entirely open

 

matali crasset: dynamic life for campeggi the unit entirely closed

 

 

matali crasset: dynamic life for campeggi profile

  • Reminds me of a big hot dog with cheese

    Brook says:
  • maybe i would choose alternative colors, but i quite like the adaptability and simplicity of this sofa.

    tok tok says:
  • A giant hamburger. Cool

    bill says:
  • To be honest with myself… I think it’s ugly… It could be as functional but with a more interesting look…

    vermont says:
  • I like it very much, both the estetical and the practical side of it 🙂

    Martin says:
  • I’m sorry but I think it’s a very ugly piece of furniture even though the concept is fun and flexible

    Prawns says:
  • Done many times before and this thing is ugly.
    (Since the 70’s)
    I would be embarrassed to present this.

    rcvs1 says:
  • It looks like a stylized version of Homer Simpson’s face. So you have the opportunity to feel like you are being vomited up by Homer Simpson? I will buy one.

    dirtboy says:
  • Great idea, but why does it have to be sooo hideous???

    OmiOmiO says:
  • Maybe Matali Crasset looks for that particlular ‘hospital playroom’ esthetic on purpose.

    Thats her style and the jokes on those who believe that its bad taste and done by accident.

    Complo says:

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