“Orwell” by designers Alvaro Goula and Pablo Figuera invites you to rest it in its interior and resuscitate that childhood memory of a “cabin”, that magical, hidden place that all children wished they had.
Orwell is a piece of furniture somewhere between a sofa, a bed, and a “cabin”, as it was called in the design studio before it was christened with the surname of the '1984' writer. The name references the original idea of the product, which was to recapture that intimacy, which can sometimes be lost, even within our own homes.
The heavy quilted curtains insulate against sound, and its size, similar to that of a bed, allows it to be used either for sitting or lying down.
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