To find a “white air bed” that worked with our white summer terrace, that would become part of the context and also be easy to stack and handle, we asked our friend Steven Brouns for advice. He materialised our first sketches in coated mousse. The added value that Steven brought to the project was to use retro-verso shapes that, when put together, would form a rectangular beam volume. Spontaneously opening up the shape that had been put together resulted in both sections lying next to each other in tête-à-tête fashion. This resulting shape can be added on as a seating element or used to massage or oil your partner. The apparently solid blocks are light-weight so that everyone, including female partners, can easily handle them. Two shapes, a Z and an S, nonetheless comprising the same rectangular volumes, can be put next to each other undisturbed.
Material: elastic coated mousse