You can flat-pack most furniture, but you can't flat-pack the cushions. Unless you're French furniture brand Mojow, who uses inflatable materials for the soft bits:
Intriguingly, there's a vale on one of the models that's large enough that you can fill the cushions with solid matter as a means of personalization:
It would be interesting to have one of these that you filled daily with your own garbage--empty potato chip bags, receipts, shredded bank statements, crumpled coffee cups--as a way of confronting your own waste.
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I want to admit, the marketing/ product design at first glance seems cool.
That said, the main product material seem less cool, as is their flair for grandeur.
In the catalog they state: "With its timeless lines and combinations of new materials, YOMI knows just how to create a contemporary touch among the great design classics."*
Let me add: "All of the great have always provided one year warranty, ... or did they?"
No news on the environmental impact of their product.
No news on how to repair once punctured. Maybe after 50 years and 200 bandages it'll be a work of art and in an museum.
FYI: Although the site is French, the catalog is English.
* Quote is on Page 10