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.