Sofas, no matter how different they are, usually have a flat surface. Not entirely and completely straight, because all the same the pillows are soft, but quite even. The exception is the sofa created by designer Joe Doucet.
At first glance, this piece of furniture, called the Scape Modular Seating System, looks more like a skyscraper than a couch. It consists of five types of pillows, respectively, with five different heights. By moving them in different directions, you can achieve such an interesting effect when the sofa looks like a high-rise building. In addition to different heights, the blocks are also made in different shades for visual perception. Recently, such modular systems have become very popular. What can we say, it is really convenient when your furniture can change its appearance every five minutes.
By the way, it is interesting that this sofa was shown in New York at an exhibition at the Pomegranate Gallery today, May 17th. I think critics and consumers alike appreciated this idea.