Wrinkled Sofa

A very interesting example of the results that can be achieved when the project starting point is the manufacturing process.
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Sponge

Peter Traag's starting point when designing the Sponge sofa was the manufacturing process more than the product itself. 
He came out with an interesting idea using a flexible mold and a hugely oversized fabric cover, the injected foam creates random wrinkles that strongly characterize the product. The sofa has no rigid structure and is the pressure of the foam inside the flexible mold to determine the final shape.

Sponge

Sponge 
Designer: Peter Traag
Company: Edra
Year: 2004
Materials: Polyurethane, Trevira CS

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Great projectual exercise, the texture is really unique.

 

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