German designer Christian Werner has created a sofa for French brand Ligne Roset with backrests that can be placed in any position.
Werner designed the Prado sofa to allow users the freedom to configure the sofa to suit their mood or lifestyle. Weighted cushions that act as movable backrests and additional bolster cushions can be arranged in any configuration on top of the large seat, or used to create informal seating areas on the floor. From front-on the cushions have a standard oblong shape but sweep out at the back to form a stable base. A metal insert in the base enhances the stability of the cushions, while a non-slip surface prevents them from moving once they’re in position.
The sofa’s deep seat is raised on a black lacquered steel base and is available in two lengths. The smaller size comes with two back cushions and two bolster cushions, and the larger with three back cushions and two bolsters.
Mattress ticking on the reverse side of the seat cushion means it can be flipped over to turn the sofa into an occasional bed, and an optional fitted sheet can also be specified.