The Daydreamer Sofa Was Inspired By Clouds – Design You Trust

The Daydreamer Sofa Was Inspired By Clouds

Taiwanese designer Cheng-Tsung Feng has designed Daydreamer, an indoor leisure chair or sofa that’s derived from the imagination of a cloud from our childhood.

“Dreaming for flying above a cloud and having one. Then, making one after another daydream on it.”

This is an indoor leisure chair (sofa), the concept derived from the imagination of cloud in our childhood. It is used material which can be free to change ideal form and the most comfortable posture is just like a cloud. More, it makes us back to the fantasy childhood and get back into source of dream again.

More info: Cheng-Tsung Feng (h/t: contemporist)

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