A Modular Crossover between Architecture and Design
Layout was designed as a modular crossover between architecture and design. It embodies the configuration of a spatial algorithm that creates a soft interior landscape, fitting for larger spaces. Its pragmatic design brings the ultimate comfort of a home sofa into an office environment, hotel lobby or airport lounge, offering a cocoon of privacy. With its seamlessly interconnected seats and poufs, it generates a soft terrain of sloping surfaces that are also pliable for leisure and socializing at home. Even in smaller spaces, Layout’s individual elements can be used to create islands or clusters for various situational contexts. With its predominant functionalism, Layout is a quintessential example of Numen/ForUse aesthetics. Radically simple and clean, the design is led by the idea of a three-dimensional spatial composition that contradicts the traditional definitions of an L-shaped sofa and interior. This concept provides a solution for your entire interior design project based solely on four basic elements - seater with backrest, two corners and a pouf. The system allows for functionality by building endless interior configurations. Layout’s fundamentally neutral character can thus become dominant, depending on the person composing the space.