Lula Morphs to Your Body so You Can Take a Cozy Nap

Our well-documented love of naps continues with a new addition to the nap furniture club, by way of Gaudutė Žilytė. Lula brings a sculptural element to napping with its unique foam design that morphs to your body as you relax on it. The soft organic shape adapts to your positioning, whether you want to sit up, prop up on your side, or lie down in full nap mode, while still supporting your body.

Lula, which was made in cooperation with the LONAS company, consists of a circular, thick foam rubber sheet with three or four tension points underneath. The three-point tension Lula transforms with body weight while providing support to the back and arms. The four-point tension Lula adds more structure and keeps the body off the ground but still able to take a nap on any side. The tension points can be adjusted to achieve the shape, feel, and softness desired at any given time.

Is it just me or does Lula slightly resemble one of those mushrooms from Super Mario Bros.?

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.