Pickpocketing its occupants for crumbs, change, and other lilliputian valuables, the folds in a couch are a hang of misunderstood misfits. Here to clear their name and reconstitute them as useful members of society, German designer Natascha Harra-Frischkorn presents Surimi.
“The seating object with the name “surimi” is a low seat option,
consisting of foam pads, a wooden substructure and upholstery fabric.
The usually unloved space between upholstered furniture
will be useful space for books, magazines and other beloved things.”
– Natascha Harra-Frischkorn
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