kaschkasch Designs the Floating YOMA Bed for Zeitraum

January 23, 2018 Caroline Williamson

kaschkasch Designs the Floating YOMA Bed for Zeitraum

kaschkasch and Zeitraum have partnered again on a bed that appears to be floating above the floor. The YOMA bed takes inspiration from the futon, the ever-so-popular sofa slash bed design that peaked in the 90s. The futon as we know it was derived from traditional Japanese sleeping futons that unroll on the floor on top of tatami mats. The more contemporary European version continued the minimalist design but adapted it for more comfort. Now, kaschkasch gives it a spin with a modern futon bed that remains simple but surprises with clever details.

The low frame with its extended edges gives it a floating feel while offering the benefits of a shelf or side table you can place your book or drink. If you need additional surface space, the YOMA Plate side table can be added anywhere around the edge. The back cushions slide in for additional comfort while reading or watching TV and can be moved around depending on your needs.

The thoughtfully rounded corners appear inviting and ensure you won’t injure yourself when passing by the bed.

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