Orwellian Cabin Sofa: A Private Blanket Fort for Adults



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Sometimes you need to hide from prying eyes, even in the supposed privacy of your own home. The concept of requiring a sanctuary within a sanctuary inspired ‘Orwell’ by Alvaro Goula, a piece of furniture that combines a sofa bed with a cabin-like outer structure that enables the users to completely shut themselves off from the rest of the room.

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Referencing the author of the iconic dystopian novel ‘1984,’ this piece could certainly satisfy the privacy needs of the ultra-paranoid, but it also recalls the magic of building blanket forts as children, feeling safe and cozy inside.

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Made of heavy quilted curtains that insulate against sound and light, the removable cover rolls up to reveal a semi-enclosed space that can e used either sitting up or lying down.

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