Cappellini Adapation Sofa
H/t: Laughing Squid
Italy-based Capellini teamed up with designer Fabio Novembre to create Adaptaion, a sofa that seems to be off-balance or broken at first, but is actually a clever optical illusion. This is due to its wedge-shaped seat cushions and simple color scheme. Don’t let the design fool you, the sofa boasts a variable legs system of different heights with the cushions gradually growing in size to make the seat base perfectly parallel to ground level. Read more for additional pictures and information.

Cappellini Adapation Sofa
Cappellini Adapation Sofa
Cappellini Adapation Sofa
This optical illusion formed by the oblique line of the backrest, simulating a falling effect, also comes in several different colors: black, white, grey, red burgandy, cloud, and air force blue. Unfortunately (or fortunately), there’s no word on pricing, as these may be made to order.

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  • Selected Material: High density shaping foam, more comfortable, elasticity resilience and service life. 1.8mm thick steel frame, more sturdy and stable. Pu Leather, skin friendly and wear resisting.
  • Upgraded Configuration: Class 3 gas lift, durable, reliable and supports up to 300lbs. Rubber casters, rolling quietly and tested by 1000 miles rolling.
  • Multi Function: 360 degree swivel and multi direction wheels, load capacity: 300-pound maximum weight capacity. Recline function. Between 90 to 180 degree. Rocking function: chair can rock back and forth when you adjust the knob beneath the seat.
  • Dimension: Size of back: 22.5 inch and 30.5 inch. Size of seat: 14.5 inch and 20.5 inch. Seat adjustable height: 17.3 to 21.5 inch.
  • Wide Usage: This gaming chair is suitable for you to play computer games, watch show, do the work and have a rest. It will make your space more modern and elegant.

Adaptation is a seating system confronted with the uncertainties of our time, with the precariousness of the structures, suggesting that just a little adaptive capacity is needed to continue to live and to smile. History teaches us that those who cannot adapt are doomed to extinction,” said the designer.