Every sofa opens up a space in front of it. Living Landscape uses the space in all directions.” EOOS EOOS have designed Living Landscape to respond to the room in which it stands. By placing the sofa in relation to the important axes of communication and vision within the living room, the perspectives of those […]
November 21st, 2008
Every sofa opens up a space in front of it. Living Landscape uses the space in all directions.” EOOS
EOOS have designed Living Landscape to respond to the room in which it stands. By placing the sofa in relation to the important axes of communication and vision within the living room, the perspectives of those using it can be changed in just a few seconds. Living Landscape is a new sofa for a new living room. The corner segments are easy to turn in new directions.
Living Landscape will be available nationwide through Living Edge from July 2008.
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