Voxel Sofa by Bjarke Ingels Group for COMMON SEATING
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.
You can configure and purchase the Voxel Sofa at commonseating.com, and for more furniture options, visit the Design Milk Shop here!
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