Thursday, August 11, 2011

Fluid Sound Sofa

So I love when you can push the envelope and bring together a kickass design with some super custom craftsmanship. This is the Soundscape Sofa. It's a place where you can chill and either sample music via their inboard touch screens or plug in your own device and just kick back.

Here's the crazy make-up of the piece. It's individual pieces (66 layers if you're counting) of a product called EchoPanel. It's 100% recycled textile most commonly used in commercial design. Each panel was cut by a waterjet and stacked one by one.

Sweet detail and fluid motion. Check some shots of the layout and construction of this bad boy below. And, as always, you can also see this over at my Thursday guest home, Fred Flare.

Individual pieces all cut and spread out, ready for fabrication.

The process begins.

As they approach the finish product you can just sense the amount of time and detail that has been put forth.

photos via Contemporist

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