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Bloc’d Sofa : Modular Seating Solution by Scott Jones

A modular seating solution that gives you the freedom to create your own seating arrangement, say hello to Bloc’d Sofa. This sofa has been designed to fit and work well with many stages and settings of life, you probably can use your good building blocks skill just like when you’re a kid. The design is simple and straightforward, you don’t need a manual to start your interaction with this furniture. It is flexible and playful, intuitive and elegant, you can assemble a sofa with raised backrest, bench, or a chair with armrest. This sofa is composed of soft cubes and other shapes hold by a wooden grid frame.


Designer : Scott Jones


Bloc'd Sofa by Scott Jones


Bloc'd Sofa by Scott Jones



Bloc'd Sofa by Scott Jones


Bloc'd Sofa by Scott Jones


Bloc'd Sofa by Scott Jones


Bloc'd Sofa by Scott Jones


Bloc'd Sofa by Scott Jones





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