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Cirrus Sofa Lets You Take a Walk (and Even Sleep) Among the Clouds

by Hazel Chua

After seeing Aladdin whisk Jasmine off to the clouds and around the world on his magic carpet, I’ve always wondered what it would feel like to hold puffs of clouds in my hands. Not that you’d be able to really hold onto them, since they’re essentially just water vapor with particulate matter and dust, but anyway…

Designer Lubo Majer took things a little further with Cirrus, a cloud-themed set of furniture that lets you lay down not on a bed of roses, but on a bed of clouds.

CirrusIt might not look like it, but a lot of effort went into making sure the clouds stayed puffy and, well, cartoonishly cloud-like. The lounges are actually stuffed with flexible polyurethane foam and propped up with a rigid OSB frame and spring system to keep them looking like clouds.¬†And in case you were wondering, that doesn’t sacrifice any comfort at all.


You can check out the full collection of Cirrus furniture over at Dizajno.


[via Yanko Design]

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