Sofa whose cracks organize things instead of swallowing them

Lost in Sofa, by Japanese designer Daisuke Motogi, is a piece of furniture with deliberate gaps in the upholstery, intended to be used for storage of books and other items.

huzi design | 设计产品 | Lost in Sofa | huzi design (via Bookshelf)


  1. After a while, I think this would become uncomfortable to sit on?  If I want storage I’ll buy a shelf – I really don’t want anyone stuffing things into the couch.

  2. Looks like someone beat me in making a crumb catching comment. But I will be the first to make note that in the winter it’s always harder to find something because you have ‘X’ extra pockets. With this you’ll be spending hours trying to find where you put the remote. Creative, though.

    1.  I guess it’s in Hong Kong Dollar coz I find this on the shop page, “All prices shown on are in $ HKD.“

  3. Yeah, unless it like snaps off and you can shake out all the cracks, this thing is the Sarlac of potato chips.

  4. Why not modular furniture made with cubes that attach to each other with velcro/Molle-type attachment anchoring/magnets?

      1. If they can withstand the weight of an average human over time and are actually comfortable to sit on, Maybe.

  5. If you were the sort of person who could make this sofa organize your crap instead of becoming the craptastic center of your house full-o-crap then you wouldn’t need this sofa because you’d never lose crap in your sofa :/

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