A Modular Sofa System Inspired by Tiny Water Particles in the Air

November 11, 2019 Caroline Williamson

A Modular Sofa System Inspired by Tiny Water Particles in the Air

MIST, created by Poznań-based Oyster for Bizzarto, is a modular seating system designed to bring comfort and a slice of nature to your everyday life. Inspired by tiny particles of water in the air that permeate plant life, the asymmetrical design comprises rounded shapes that resemble moss covering rocks and minerals. The curvy components can be configured into a single chaise lounge or a much larger sectional for multiple people.

In addition to the various sized modules, oversized headrests and armrests add to the customization. The pieces aren’t permanently attached to each other which allows them to be combined into any arrangement and changed at any time.

The container module is available with or without a lamp, as well as an induction charger to keep devices fully charged. The open space makes for a convenient spot to store blankets, magazines, or remote controls.

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