The advantage of spatial efficiency need to not come at the cost of comfort – this is the dictum aptly followed by the fascinatingly developed Laska, a multi-practical furnishings specimen from designer Eugenio Bicci.
Proudly exhibiting its gorgeously red colour scheme, the ‘chair’ according to the designer, has been envisioned for people who have the predicament of much less space in their dwellings. To that finish, the complete assembly comprises of a hidden mattress and 4 pillows and they can arranged in various methods to suit the user’s decor or resting objective.
So, when the Laska is to be used as a relaxed seat, the mattress can be strategically rolled up on the two the sides and held by straightforward black elastic straps. Then the user can very easily organize the pillows on the seat as cushions, and voila – we have a snugly ‘built’ armchair!
Similarly, the circumference of the rolled mattress (on the sides) can be decreased to account for a bigger seating location in the middle. This in turn morphs the Laska into a pleasant sofa. And lastly – the consumer can get rid of the dual elastic straps to totally unfold the mattress for the primary sleeping goal.
All these situations of transformation arise within a definite spatial scope, which does allude to the advantageous multi-practical as effectively as spatially effective nature of the furniture design. But as we described ahead of, the ambit of practicality doesn’t sacrifice the degree of comfort, and that is in which the Laska actually shines.