Holey Poley: Transformer Daybed by Clinton Stewart

holey poley transformer furniture photo

Image credit Clinton Stewart
Clinton Stewart, an Australian design student based in Copenhagen, has designed a very clever transformer daybed that is essentially made of cushions pinned together with long poles. He calls it a "minimalistic modular daybed embracing naive simplicity and conceptual functionality." Shown above is what might be called the teenager date configuration, with the cushions firmly pinned down the middle of the sofa.

Designboom saw it (and took much better copyrighted pictures) at the Sydform exhibition of nordic design in Copenhagen.


It is such a simple idea, no mechanism, no moving parts, just big pins. Very clever. More at Designboom and Clintons page at the Danish Design School.
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