Paresse Sunbed by Guillaume Morillon
by Harry / November 18, 2014
A sunbed inspired by an ephemeral moment at the seaside.

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Details: Paresse, the word lazy in French, is a "transitory sun bed" says designer Guillaume Morillon that aims to reinterpret the materials, colors and construction of elements witnessed during a passing experience at the seaside.


"Introducing the feeling and excitement of an afternoon savored on the beach. Paresse extends an instant out of your living room and a treat of relaxation. The function of this fragment is also borrowed from that universe, it is a place where you can sit, lay, read or evade into a little nap. Paresse is an ode to idleness and the lazy pleasures."


Source: Via MOCO Submit.


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