Comfy Sofa Design Mimics an Electronic Keyboard

If you like computers, then you will definitely enjoy this fun QWERTY Sofa by Italian architecture and product design firm ZO_loft. Using your basic keyboard as inspiration, the unique piece of furniture is composed of square cushions arranged in the same order as the rows of letters that we use to type out our thoughts.

The company explains, “Arms folded and cheek pressed on the keys. Sooner or later, at home or at work, we all end up by falling asleep on our computer's keyboard.” So, they transformed that uncomfortable naptime into a soft and comfy sofa bed. Each cushion, controlled by a remote, can be adjusted to any desired height, making the surface completely customizable to fit your level of desired comfort. ZO_loft says users will be “happy to finally sleep on their keyboard.”

ZO_loft website
via [Design-Milk]

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