The design of this lounge chair was inspired by the symbol for infinity

This modern lounge chair named Daydream, was inspired by the symbol for infinity. The chair design includes two interlocking panels made from a timber frame upholstered with Kvadrat textiles.

Photography by Francesco Bolis

 

Inspired by the lemniscate (the symbol for infinity) and designed to encourage both mental and physical relaxation, industrial designer Assaf Isreal of Joynout has created Daydream, a simple chair made from two interlocking cushioned panels.

 

This modern lounge chair named Daydream, was inspired by the symbol for infinity. The chair design includes two interlocking panels made from a timber frame upholstered with Kvadrat textiles.

Photography by Francesco Bolis

Launching next month at Salone del Mobile in Italy, the Daydream chair was designed for both public and private spaces, and can comfortably fit two people.

It’s made from a high quality timber frame upholstered with Kvadrat textiles, and it also has a removable head cushion.


This modern lounge chair named Daydream, was inspired by the symbol for infinity. The chair design includes two interlocking panels made from a timber frame upholstered with Kvadrat textiles.

Photography by Francesco Bolis

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This modern lounge chair named Daydream, was inspired by the symbol for infinity. The chair design includes two interlocking panels made from a timber frame upholstered with Kvadrat textiles.

 This modern lounge chair named Daydream, was inspired by the symbol for infinity. The chair design includes two interlocking panels made from a timber frame upholstered with Kvadrat textiles.

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