Voxel Sofa is a minimal seating system created by Bjarke Ingels Group for COMMON SEATING. Voxel, which describes a three-dimensional pixel, is expressed through the concept of a building block. The seating system is completely modular, with pieces that can be easily moved, flipped, or removed.
Voxel was created to address the fast-pace, quickly changing lifestyle of modern residents. Instead of replacing and wasting, the modularity of the sofa adopts change without having to remove the sofa entirely.
The base configurations include a single-seat lounge, a loveseat, a three-seater sofa, a pouf, and double / triple mid modules. There are currently six color variations available, allowing users to mix and match cushion colors with base configurations.