We prove why Modular Sofas are be the best item for highly creative spaces.
When the imagination is flowing, that's no better thing than a modular sofa. Seriously.
One of our favorite corners on the internet is created by 3D artists like Hugo Fournier, which you can check our interview with him here. They are taking a new approach to architecture and interior decor by opening a door into their brains and playing around with textures, spaces and bright colors.
Curated by Atelier Bijou studio, Bijou Home is doing an amazing job of tracking those inspiring spaces. The IG account gathers the work of artists and designers such as London-based Sai, Degre studio, Julia Ippolito, evoquelab, Charlotte Taylor and Chris Labrooy, whose wheels-centered pieces you can check here.
But the biggest constant in the universe of 3D concepts are the Camaleonda Sofa by Mario Bellini and the DS-600 sofa by De Sede. By being modular, these pieces crafted in suede and leather allow not only sophistication, but also movement at static pictures.
We declare modular and clean sofas a basic necessity when creating new spaces. How about you?
Dig deeper into this new path for creativity in our chat with Hugo Fournier.