cloud sofa cirrus disajno

When we envision the comfiest, softest places we could possibly lie upon, clouds are often at the top of the list. This cloud sofa set by Lubo Majer for Dizajno, called “Cirrus,” may not be as soft as an actual cloud, but it’s certainly enticing.  The curved ergonomic shapes of these puffy white volumes can turn any living room into a relaxing dreamscape.

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Consisting of a large sofa, a loveseat, a chair and two tables, Cirrus is a matching upholstered set that can be purchased with either a fabric or leather cover. Hiding beneath all that padding is a rigid OSB frame, a spring system and flexible PUR foam for both softness and support.

cloud sofa with model

The unusually shaped sofas and chairs allow for a variety of seating and lounging positions, and the tables, which come in singles or sets of three, are topped with safety glass. As you can see, these cloud sofas are especially striking set against a black backdrop, but also neutral enough to work in virtually any kind of interior design.

cloud sofa black backdrop

“Soft clouds floating over the country and their gentle shapes became the main inspiration for the upholstered furniture CIRRUS,” explains designer Lubo Majer. “Virtually spontaneous composition of elements creates a perfect sofa for various seating and lounge positions. Curved shapes and sophisticated ergonomics define this unconventional contemporary piece and add to its functionality and comfort. For DIZAJNO, 2010.”

About Lubo Majer

“Slovak designer Lubo Majer (b.1974) earned his degree in industrial design at the Technical University in Zvolen. Even during his studies, he was already working as a designer and model maker for various companies, while also working in interior design. He has been designing under his own name since 1995, with a focus on furniture. He sees furniture as a means for improving quality of life, which is why he creates items that will impress both with their functionality and aesthetically as well.”