Italian brand Campeggi is well-known for their seating that’s sometimes a bit outside the box. The company works with various designers on all types of chairs, sofas, daybeds, loungers, etc., basically anything you can relax on, and their latest round of products doesn’t disappoint. From a flexible sofa with a movable tail to wall-mounted cushions that come down to become beds, Campeggi covers it all. Take a look.
Designed by Giulio Manzoni, ABC, which stands for (A)ccommodating, (B)eautiful, (C)omfortable, is a design that transforms from a sofa to a twin or double bed.
Matali Crasset’s Self-made Seat was designed to not take over the entire living space all of the time. Working with a typology first presented in 1998, the modular seat adapts for your daily needs.
Foresta is a clever sofa bed by Sakura Adachi that has a tent-like appearance. The triangular structure is clad in elastic fabric that supports the body when you sit on it. Open the zipper to reveal a bed you can climb into and close around yourself when you want privacy.
Bed Sharing, by Lorenzo Damiani, can be a decorative statement on the wall or you can pull the individual beds down for comfortable places for friends and family to sit or rest.
From Denis Santachiara, the Gilbert & George is a two-part pouf that fits together but also comes apart to become two rocking chairs.
Designed by Emanuele Magini, Nessy is a flexible sofa with a strong presence that resembles a fantasy creature. It’s “tail” is flexible so it can be moved into different positions.
YOY (Naoki Ono + Yuki Yamamoto) designed Shelf, a chair with a built-in bookcase that lets you relax with your books close by.