This Cocon Sleeping Bag Chair Let You Sit And Sleep Comfortably

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Someone please tell me this is the new proposed design for airplane seats. The Cocon is an armchair with an integrated sleeping bag. Designed by Celine Merhand and Anais Morel of Les M, the piece endeavors initiate “maximum snuggling up pleasure for extended TV sessions.” Or how about my flight from New York to Seattle, Alaska Air? The Cocon chair’s sleeping bag cover zips fully open and shut for easy entry/exit, and complete coverage while inside. Snug as a bug in a rug. Cozy as a caterpillar in a Cocon.

More info: super-ette (h/t: dudeiwantthat)

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